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The Santiam Wagon Road Trail System parallels and crosses Hwy. #20 approximately 32 miles east of Sweet Home. The trail is divided into four parts and is mostly an easy trail. Total length is approximately 20 miles. The trail follow an old wagon trail from Mountain House Fish Lake.

Directions: From Sweet Home: Travel 32 miles east on Hwy. #20, turn right and travel o spur 245 for 1.5 miles. The Santiam Wagon Road Trail System parallels and crosses Hwy. #20 so there are many access points depending upon the point of inter est. Refer to the description for other trailheads.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Year-round

Facility Type: Trail

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