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This trail is open to all modes of travel except vehicles over 50′ wide. Dirt bikes and ATVs make up the largest number of users. Since it is maintained for ATVs, the entire route is fairly wide. One moderate steep grade is the most challenging aspect of the Round Meadows Trail. There are numerous views of the Cable Creek drainage while traveling along the ridge tops. Travel is considered easy along the trail because of the wide tread. This trail forms an easy loop ride opportunity with the Woop-De-Do Trail #3045 and the Cut Across Trail #3158 Trail is within the Winom-Frazier OHV Complex. Open to Class I & III OHVs.

Restrictions: No motorized vehicles over 50″ wide.

Directions: From Ukiah: The trailhead is next to Forest Road #52, 1/2 mile east of Pearson Guard Station(16 mile from Ukiah).

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Summer-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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