This great outdoors trail has only one trailhead, so you're looking at an in and out backcountry trek. With its 13.8 miles of walking distance; it's a long hiking trail. Now, this is roughly a 2-day walk, so make sure you've got all your overnight gear packed. Different parts of this hiking trail are at very different elevations, so keep in mind that you may need to dress differently at different elevations. The total elevation difference for Sugar Pine Ridge Trail is 2,926 feet, and that is higher than average. This area does get very dry sometimes, so make sure you check current conditions and fire restrictions with local forest authorities before you head out. Keep in mind that this is a long backcountry hiking trail, so do pack enough food to last the whole trip.