|Parking area, noted from tire tracks. At back of campground.
|Trail starts here.
Mile 0.1 – The trail splits nearly right away, with one path going straight and another trail heading right, a little higher, passing by a piped spring. The trails rejoin shortly after the spring.
|Trail looks down on river.
|Trail nest to river.
|May photo. Trail disappears.
|Campsite across Laurel Fork
|Camp Five Run Trail sign.
|Campsite at trail intersection.
This is a pretty easy trail with little elevation gain, but an inexperienced hiker could get lost here. The trail never crosses Laurel Fork. The length as described is 6.0 miles with a total elevation gain of about 900 feet. It takes 2.5-3.5 hours to complete.