Cedar Grove Trail
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This area is unique since it has the only Alaskan yellow cedar trees within several hundred miles. There are several areas available to camp around the trailhead and vicinity.
Directions: From John Day: From John Day, travel west on US highway 26 approximately 18 miles to Forest Service road 21 (Fields Creek). Proceed south on Forest Service 21 for approximately 9 miles to the junction of Forest Service road 2150. Travel west on Forest Service road 2150 another 5 miles to the trailhead area.
Seasonal Access: Normally Open: June-November
Facility Type: Trail
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