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This trail is maintained for foot, horse, OHV and mountain bike user groups. The trail follows along Meadow Creek for 3 miles before it climbs in elevation along old logging roads that are no longer used to the Godman area. This is one of the first trails opened in the spring for travel, but is extremely wet and muddy.

The trail crosses Meadow Creek many times. There are a few nice spots for camping along the trail. It does link together the Panjab and Godman Area. Since the trail is used by a variety of user groups, caution is recommended while traveling.

Directions: From US Highway 12: West of Dayton, WA, turn south on to the Tucannon River Road. Follow the Tucannon for approximately 45 miles to where the road Y's at the confluence of the Panjab Creek to the Tucannon. Stay right on to Road #4713 for 4 1/4 miles to end of the road.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: June-Mid-October

Facility Type: Trail

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