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Pulaski Tunnel Trail, Wallace

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  • We enjoyed the hike and the history behind it. It is a good workout but not too rough. With lots of rest stops and picture taking, it took us two hours for the four mile round trip. There are benches ...  more »
  • You may know nothing about the Great Fire of 1910, or like us you may have friends & family who are Wildland Firefighters. (For good background on the fire, Pulaski, and the creation of the US Forest ...  more »
  • On a gorgeous fall afternoon we set out with our BFF's to hike to the Pulaski Tunnel. The scenery was amazing all along the trail, but be advised it is not an easy hike. Almost straight up in elevatio...  more »
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  • Great trail. Nice and clean. markers every 1/4 mile, so you know how far you've gone. Took my kids (age 5 and 7) and they loved it.
  • Great place to go for a hike and get a local history lesson. The hike is on a groomed trail, roughly 2.0 miles each way.
  • Great moderate 4-mile (round-trip) hike along the creek with lots of history and suspense about the 1910 Fire that swept through the area. At the time we hiked the trail there were 6 Geocaches hidden along the trail - we found 5. Take water on a hot day and walking sticks will make the trek more enjoyable. Be sure to check out the Google Maps photos I just posted and look for my video on YouTube. Safe travels...!
  • Moderate hike to see a neat 106+ years old mine that sheltered Rangers during a fire. Worth the sweat and two hours.