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The trail winds through a Douglas-fir forest mixed with vine maple, salal, and sword fern. The main trail turns left and follows a bluff above North Fork Wolf Creek. The trail leads to a power line access road. Follow the road 125 feet, and look for the trail to dive back into the forest at the top of the hill. To finish out the day, continue down the road to the Sunset Rest Area and hike the Steam Donkey interpretive trail.

Directions: Directions: This trailhead is located off of Highway 26 approximately 39 miles west of Portland in the Tillamook State Forest. Look for a brown trailhead sign on the north side of the highway. Parking is available along the wide, paved shoulder area. To find the trailhead walk east and turn north onto an old road, which turns into a trail leading down to the forest. More information:

Facility Type: Hiking

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