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Banks Vernonia-Bark Spud Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

At the junction (bobcat)


This is a four-way junction on the Banks Vernonia State Trail as it passes through L.L. "Stub" Stewart State Park. To the west is the short Springboard Horseshoe Trail that curves above the ravine cut by the West Fork Dairy Creek. To the east, the Bark Spud Trail rises 0.3 miles to the two Dairy Creek Campgrounds.

A "bark spud" is a tool used to peel bark from a felled tree.

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