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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

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Rec area marker Wildcat Hollow Welcome to the Wildcat Hollow Hiking Trail. This trail offers two options; a 15-mile loop of scenic trail along ridge-tops and stream bottoms, and a short five mile loop for day hikes. Both trails will lead through tall pine forests, open meadows, quiet streams, rock outcroppings, and down old roads overlooking miles of beautiful landscape. You will also pass some of our land management activities. Wildflowers are at their peak in the spring, but we ask that you not pick them so that others may also enjoy them. The hiker who treads softly can often catch glimpses of the wildlife who call the forest home. Bring your binoculars and enjoy your visit.
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Rec area marker Wildcat North Trailhead This trailhead is located slightly uphill from Whistler Campground and provides access to Wildcat Trail (#833) in the northeastern region of Mill Creek Wilderness.   The parking area is rather large and can accommodate most vehicles, however the roads to access this trailhead can be quite rough so four wheel drive is a must.
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Rec area marker Wildcat South Trailhead This trailhead is located in at the northern edge of White Rock Campground, and provides access to the southeastern portion of Mill Creek Wilderness via Wildcat Trail (#833). View a vicinity map of Mill Creek Wilderness and trails
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Rec area marker William Pogue National Recreation Trailhead The William Pogue Trailhead includes visitor information and registration box. It serves William Pogue National Recreation (#122) and Corral Creek (#129) trails. All trailheads have space for parking.
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Rec area marker Williams Cr Summit Trailhead xx
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Rec area marker Williams Creek Trailhead Williams Creek Trailhead
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Rec area marker Williams Fork Trailhead Trailhead located between Sugarloaf and South Fork Campgrounds in the Williams Fork Valley. There is parking for about 5 vehicles. Picnic tables are provided.
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Rec area marker Williams Peak Trailhead Minor trailhead along County Road 3 in the Williams Fork Valley. Parking for 2 or 3 vehicles.
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Rec area marker Willis Gulch This 5.5 mile trail is a moderate hike with an elevation gain of 2,400 feet. The end destination Willis Lake and a mine just beyond the lake. The trailhead is shared with Little Willis Gulch with hiking access to Hope Pass. The first part of the trail is very steep. This hike is part of Leadville Ranger District's Suggested Day Hikes.
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Rec area marker Willow Cr. #151 Trailhead  Trailhead at Willow Creek Work Center for West Fork Gila River - Trail #151.
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