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Trail begins at Road 4290, passes the Clover-Lemish Tie Trail #18 and continues on to its junction with Lemish Lake Trail #19.2 and Lily Lake Trail #19.3. The trail starts in a stand of young lodgepole pine and climbs gradually to thick stands of fir and mountain hemlock. Trail offers excellent opportunities for mountain biking at the intermediate level. Early summer mosquitoes can be fierce.

Directions: From Sunriver: Trail begins about 33 miles west of Sunriver, several miles east of Charlton Lake at the Johnny Lake Trailhead. The trailhead is 4 miles west of Hwy. 46 (Century Drive) on Forest Rd. 4290, where Clover Meadow Trail and Round Meadow Trail meet the road. Northwest Forest Pass required.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Summer-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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