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This trail can be started near Black Butte Ranch or at Suttle Lake. If starting at Suttle Lake you will travel through strands of Douglas fir and white fir as you proceed east. Within the first several miles you can expect the vegetation to change to a mix of Douglas fir and ponderosa pine with small patches of lodgepole pine. The terrain is gently rolling with the trail on a combination of old roads and single track. This trail connects to the trails in the Black Butte area and eventually travels into Sisters.

Directions: From Sisters: West of Black Butte Ranch: Proceed west from Sisters on Highway 20 for 9.5 miles. Turn left onto Forest Road 2060, the George McCalister Road and park off the road near the intersection.From Sister: Suttle Lake: Proceed west from Sisters on Highway 20 for 12 miles. Continue past the first exit into Suttle Lake and turn left at the Sullt Lake Resort" sign. The trail starts near a small foot bridge that crosses Lake Creek.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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