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The Greyrock National Recreation Trail heads to the summit of 7,616-foot Greyrock Mountain. The trail, constructed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, is about a 7-mile round trip with an elevation gain of 2000-feet. Some sections require climbing over boulders, and beautiful views await, whether you make it to the top or not.
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