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Atwood Road-Coyote Wall Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

New signs about 25 yards down the Coyote Wall Trail from the junction (bobcat)


This trail junction is hidden in the woods above Coyote Wall. If you're northbound, you have it easy, since you'll pop out on a closed road and turn left. If you're heading south it's a little tougher. About a quarter mile beyond the junction with Road 100 and the Crybaby Trail, look for a path headed to the right. You'll see U.S. Forest Service signs about 25 yards down the trail, and soon you'll come out of the woods at the top of the bike run.


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