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Atwood Road-Crybaby Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The top of the Crybaby Trail (Steve Hart)


A couple of old roads and a scramble path come together here at a four-way junction in the woods above Coyote Wall. The closed (to vehicles) extension of Atwood Road passes through on the crest of the cliffs. A road marked 100 heads off to private property to the east. The Crybaby Trail descends steeply to the west, directly across from the 100 road. If you get down the first 50 feet, the Crybaby improves to merely dangerous.


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