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He Devil and She Devil Trail

8.0 Miles
Moderate
Trail hiked by:
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Trail added on:
December 18, 2016
Updated on:
September 12, 2018

Camping Allowed

Lookout/Views

Summits

Dogs (leashed)

Water Source

Summit climbs of He and She Devil.

Included the extra 2 miles you'll need to hike back from the end of the loop. Not a particularly easy hike. Bring plenty of water and a good camera as there's a lot of mountain goats up there. Do not leave your bags around. They will eat the straps/padding off looking for salt. They are pretty though! A full brimmed hat is also recommended.


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Hazards

Falling rocks or scrambles

Surface Type

Dirt

Season

Fall

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45.34722, -116.518092

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2025 '

Total Change
2170 '

Ascent
2630 '

Descent
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8.0 miles
Trail added
December 18, 2016
Updated on
September 12, 2018

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