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Some wildlife seen along this trail have been Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, black bear, coyote, cougar, bobcat, raccoon, porcupine, and a variety of rodents, squirrels, and birds.

Directions: From John Day: From John Day, travel east on US Highway 26 for approximately 30 miles to US Highway 7, at Austin Junction. Drive north on US Highway 7 for one mile to County road 20. Drive northwest on County Road 20 for approximately 2 1/2 miles to Forest Service Road 2010. Drive north on Forest Service Road 2010 for approximately 8 miles to Forest Service Road 2010219. Forest Service Road 2010 is inaccessible, so parking is VERY limited and not available for stock trailers. Stock trailers should park approximately 1/4 mile south of Forest Service Road 2010219 in a dispersed camping area along Forest Service Road 2010. This trail connects to the Tempest Mine Trail.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: June-October

Facility Type: Trail

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