WW03 - Wilderness - Mill Road - Greenvein Loop
An upthrust rock formation sends the road up and around in a broad curve, steeper until it levels out again some distance higher up the mountainside.
Greenvein loop, as it has come to be known, is a popular trail for day hikers in the area, the copper-rich land often containing colourful specks and streaks as the trail climbs out through the increasingly old-growth wilderness. Deer are relatively common here, and while sightings aren't guaranteed, the locals know to be wary of bears as well, signs posted near certain caves along the trail to warn hikers away when the predators have been seen in the vicinity.
At the apex of the curve, a one-lane road splits off to head farther up the side of the mountain peak.