Trail Length: 1.6 miles
Elevation Gain: 319 ft.
Elevation Loss: 319 ft.
Trail time: 0:45
Highlights: East Brush Creek, Mountain Views, Wildflowers
Situated at Yeoman Park Campground, Brown’s Loop heads east from the campground skirting the creek on the south side of the valley. The trail takes hikers through forests and meadows along a fairly mild trail, ideal for visitors of the area who may not be eager to try a more difficult hike. A bridge brings hikers across the creek to the north side of the valley and back to the campground through meadow. Some sections provide a boardwalk to avoid wet marshes. Views to Fools Peak are available along most of the north section of the hike.
A great introductory hike this trail provides scenic views along a very mild trail. The trail is also short and follows East Brush Creek out, and yields views of Fools Peak on the return.