3. Flume Trail
The Flume Trail stretches between Storm Mountain and Sheridan Lake, which both offer outdoor activities of their own. This trail has been designated a National Recreation Trail and the recognition is well-deserved. During the 1880s, the trail carried water from Sheridan Lake to the placer mines near Rockerville. Today, historic tunnels and parts of the flume are still visible. This is an 11-mile trail (22 miles out and back) and has an additional 3-mile loop that can be added on as well.