refreshing millcreek bubbling and meandering down.
this panoramic view of the trail going to doglake. autostitch gave me a 360 view of the trail in front and behind.
so this part of the mill A trail i think was not the right way so i turned off and somehow got onto butler fork trail. i really wanted niether, i was trying to get on mill D trail, but did not connect.
it was not fun as there was too many water crossings, unridable rocky sections and fallen trees. i had to dismount way too many times. and i do not think it is even a bike trail. i will consult a map and figure out how to get to mill D from doglake next time. it was a good four hours though. climbed millcreek in a 36x22 the whole way then switched to granny gears up to doglake for dessert.