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This trail is open to all modes of travel except vehicles over 50′ wide. This trail travels through a young pine stand and up a short hill. Tread is rough, rock, and narrow most of the way and should be ridden with caution. The trail crosses Forest Road #52 at about the 1/2 mile mark. The trail offers numerous views from open ridge tops of the North Fork John Day River Valley. The trail is within the Winom-Frazier OHV Complex. This trail is open to class I & III OHVs.

Restrictions: No motorized vehicles over 50″ wide.

Directions: From Ukiah: Travel southeast of Ukiah on Forest Road #52 for about 16 miles to the Round Meadows Trailhead. The Cut across Trail branches off from the Woop-De-Do Trail about 1/2 mile off road #52.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Summer-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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