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This trail is part of the Old Oregon Skyline Trail, and Oldenberg Lake is the largest of the many lakes you will encounter. The trail is very popular for family hiking and passes through lodgepole pine and occasionally mountain hemlock. Access to Bingham and Nip-and-Tuck Lakes. The trail crosses Historic Elliot Wagon Road at Pinewan Lake. Forest regulations prohibits use of motorized vehicles on this trail to prevent soil erosion.

Directions: From Crescent Lake Junction: Via State Highway 58, turn south onto highway going to Crescent Lake for approximately 2 miles. Turn right onto first paved road, Forest Service Road #60, after crossing the railroad tracks. Travel this road for 7 miles. Trailhead is on the right, approximately 0.5 miles before the Spring Campground entrance sign.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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