Chetco Gorge Trail
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The Chetco Gorge Trail follows gentle grades as it winds along the Chetco River. It makes an enjoyable day hike, with some picnicking and camping spots at the trails end. As the trail is close to the mouth of Eagle Creek, there are good fishing and swimming spots. Care should be taken to avoid poison oak. Note: Fording of Chetco River is only safe during low water periods, usually late spring to early fall.
Directions: From Brookings: Travel northeast on County Road 784 (North Bank) to Forest Service Road 1376. Follow 1376 northeast to spur road 170. From the end of spur road 170, follow the trail (dirt road) up river to River Ford location. Once across the river (west side), return down river to access the trail off Forest Service Road 1846 (near old Low Water Bridge). The trail is 18 miles from Brookings.
Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Summer-Fall
Facility Type: Trail
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