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The Illahee Flat Trail descends from Illahee Flat to the Jessie Wright Segment of the North Umpqua Trail. Visitors will have an opportunity to pass through old-growth forests and open meadows, which serve as habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. Across from the trailhead is the Illahee Flat gazebo, which was constructed in the 1920’s as a recreational building for an early guard station in the area. The gazebo was restored to its original condition in 1993.

This trail is open to hiking, as well as horse and bicycle use, and water is not available along the trail. One-way trip duration is approximately a half hour.

Directions: From Roseburg: Travel east on Highway 138 29 miles past the North Umpqua Ranger Station to Forest Service Road 4760. Turn left onto F.S. Road 4760 and drive two miles to Forest Service Road 4760-040. Turn right and continue approximately .1 of a mile to Illahee Flat. The trailhead parking area is across from the Illahee Gazebo.

Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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