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Rocky Ridge Trail traverses Rocky Ridge with fine views of the Cascade Mountains for those who climb just above the trail to the ridgetop. The trail passes by the Rocky Ridge Shelter, built in the 1930′s. From the shelter down to Castle Creek, the trail is steep and not currently maintained. Trail location presents a challenge for even the experienced hiker.

Directions: From Tiller: Travel northeast on County Road #46, which becomes South Umpqua Road #28. Continue on 28 to Road #2823. Follow Road #2823 to Road #2830. Follow Road #2830 to Road #2840. Follow Road #2840 past Fish Lake Trailhead to Road #2840-400 and the Beaver Swamp Trailhead, approximately 32 miles from Tiller. From here follow the Rocky Rim Trail #1572 for approximately three miles to the Rocky Ridge Trail.

Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Summer-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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