We scouted the route because all the guide books and this page indicate it is hard to find the trail through the meadow.
It is simple. When you clear the aspens into the first meadow, you'll quickly come to a barb-wire fence, which the trail follows for 50 yards and passes through an open gate. Right after you pass through the gate, look left (southwest), you will see a 50' high, 200' wide rock pile. Go all the way to the right (west) end of that pile and you will see cairns holding up logs to get you back on trail. Trail is easy after that.
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