This is ITAs annual clean-up of the Hum Lake Trail. We’ll remove any trees that have fallen on the trail over the winter and clear out drains and water bars as we go. This popular trail offers amazing views, beautiful lakes, and abundant wildflowers. There is also excellent camping and fishing at the lake, as well as the surrounding areas. Also plan on some serious sight-seeing along the way. Lick Creek Road follows lake Fork Creek (the road earns its name as it goes down Lick Creek after the summit) as it passes quite a few popular trailheads and even one huge rock-climbing area, Slick Rock. Stay the night and join us the next day for a bridge project from the same trailhead!
Difficulty Rating: 2 – Moderate: Day trip trail work is performed a small to medium distance from a trailhead. Volunteers will carry a daypack and tools. A steep climb over the ridge into the lake basin.
More Information: Hiking Project
Estimated Drive Time to Meeting Spot: Plan on taking at least an hour from McCall for the approximately 20-mile drive.
Road Considerations: The road to the Duck Lake trailhead, the start of the trail to Hum Lake, is rough but passable. It has washboards and rocky sections. But with care, pretty much any car can make it.
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