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Barnhouse Trail makes a relatively gentle climb across steepening terrain for 2.4 miles to connect with Fry Trail #816. The trail passes through managed mixed conifer and ponderosa pine forest with recent timber harvest activities and roads evident. From the junction with Fry Trail, Forest Road #2630 is about 1 mile to the south (uphill) and Keeton Trail #815 is about 1 mile to the north (downhill). Trail is maintained every year to primitive standards.

Directions: From : Travel US Highway 26 to Forest Road #12  13 miles east of Mitchell and 25 miles west of Dayville. Take Forest Road #12 5 miles south to Barnhouse Campground. Trailhead is in the southwest corner of the campground, marked by a sign near a small wood footbridge. Campsites, toilets, and limited parking for day use are available in the campground.

Facility Type: Trail

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