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This trail is open to hiking, horseback riding and mountain bikes. This trail follows an old closed road and is easy to follow.
Martin Prairie is a very pretty meadow. This is a good take off point to get to the Copple Butte Trail #3052. This trail offers good mountain biking for both beginning and advanced riders. It takes you into a road closed area so wildlife viewing is excellent.

Directions: From Heppner: Take the Scenic Byway just south of Heppner, County Road 603, for 23 miles turn onto Forest Road 21 go 3 miles to Ditch Creek Guard Station. Turn onto County Road 608 at the guard station, Forest Road 2100050, to the road closed sign 1 1/2 miles.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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