Burned Timber Interpretive Trail
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Burned Timber is an interpretive loop trail with signs describing the various aspects of ecology and forest management. A short spur trail connects it to the Taylor Creek trail #1142 . This is a good family hike as it is a short loop trail with mild slopes. The Burned Timber Creek Falls is a historic points of interest. Fall is a good time to hike this trail because the Big Leaf and Vine Maple provide a spectacular show of color.
CAUTION: Poison oak is abundant along this trail.
Directions: From Grant's Pass: Take I-5 northwest to exit # 61 (Merlin). Follow Merlin Galice Road, then turn left on Primary Forest Route 25. Then, turn left on road #2500-35 across the concrete bridge just past the five mile marker. Proceed approximately .75 miles to the parking area and trailhead.
Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Year-round
Facility Type: Trail
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