The Red Bluff Trail is a 7.7-mile, out-and-back trail located within the Colville National Forest. A lightly trafficked trail, the Red Bluff Trail is mostly used for hiking, mountain biking and walking. Being a seasonal trail, it best used from May to October. Because of its moderate to steep terrain, the Red Bluff trail is suitable for hikers with intermediate skills. Cedars and almonds dominate a bigger section of the Red Bluff Trail. The Red Bluff Trail is connected to other trails such as the Holliday Trail and the North Fork Trail. From the highest sections of the Red Bluff Trail, hikers will get to enjoy scenic views of the Metalline Falls, the streams found in Elk Creek as well as the East Sullivan Creek. While dogs are allowed on the Red Bluff Trail, they should always be on a leash. Hikers should remember to carry plenty of drinking water.
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