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- A pair of nice log bridges span this gulliey and stream about .75 mile from the trailhead of Central Gales Creek Trail.
- A picture of the old log bridge over the creek just before the trail junction with the Storey Burn Trail. This is now a bridge wide enough for mountain bikes.
- Trail junction sign at the Storey Burn Trail and the Central Gales Creek Trail.
- The trail passes above Gales Creek. You can see and hear Gales Creek from many places along the trail.
- Gales Creek Trail near the trailhead. The yellow sign shows the trail open to hikers as of May 25, 2012 and to horses July 1, 2012.
- Devils Club growing along the Gales Creek Trail.
- This is some of the talles Devils Club I've ever seen. this is along the Gales Creek Trail.
- Here is a section of the trail that follows an old logging road. Most of the trail is narrow and built along the side of steep hillsides.
- A picture of Gales Creek seen from the Gales Creek Trail.
- Mimulus or Monkey Flower blooms at several places along the Gales Creek Trail.
- An old stump provides an accent along the Gales Creek Trail.
- There are many seeps, several streams, and a few small waterfalls along the Gales Creek Trail.