Length: 4.2 miles
Standing Indian Basin is a horseshoe shaped drainage formed by the
Nantahala River, born amid the basins high peaks. The forest is managed to
provide a variety of recreation opportunities, diverse wildlife habitats,
and timber products. Trails combine with roads to offer a variety of
riding opportunities. Horse trails are marked with orange blazes.
This trail follows gravel or grassy logging roads through the forest.