Big Pine Interpretive Loop Trail
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Big Pine Interpretive Loop Trail is a barrier free trail that consists of four loops, each offering a varying degree of challenge. Creek Loop is 1/6 mile, level, and an easy travel. Big Pine Loop is 1/3 mile, mostly level, and moderately difficult. Sunshine Loop is 1/2 mile with some sloping trail and also moderately difficult. Challenge Loop is a 3/4 mile sloping trail and moderate to difficult travel. Camping is available on these loops and there is an interpretive trail program for the vision impaired. The trail also features the worlds tallest Ponderosa Pine, the Big Pine Tree, and is a nice place for family outings.
There are restrooms, picnic tables and swings at the Big Pine Campground where the trail begins.
Directions: From Grant's Pass: Take I-5 northwest to exit # 61 (Merlin). Follow Merlin Galice Road, then turn left on Primary Forest Route 25. Follow 25 south to the Big Pine Campground where the trail begins.
Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Year-round
Facility Type: Trail
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