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Trail is a reconstruction of a historic pack trail used from 1915 – 1922. First mile of trail is along old road and through recent timber sale. Final 4 miles are on well preserved, scenic historic route, excellent views.

Directions: From Prineville: east 27 miles on US Highway 26 just past Ochoco Divide. Left on Forest Road #650. Park just off highway in gravel pit and hike old road.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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