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This Rodley Butte Trail is maintained from Road 4795 up 3.2 miles to Rodley Butte; the rest of the trail has not been maintained for several years and may be hard to find. The butte was named for Oscar Rodley, who met his untimely death in Diamond Lake in 1928. The trail swings around the north side of Rodley Butte and the northern flanks of Mt. Bailey and offers views of high mountain scenery and vegetation consisting of true fir, mountain hemlock, white pine, prince’s pine and Whortleberry.

This trail is used by more experienced mountain bikers in the summer and Nordic skiers during the winter.

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