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Barlow Butte-Barlow Ridge Cutoff Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Junction with Barlow Ridge Cutoff, Barlow Ridge (bobcat)


The unofficial Cutoff Trail, unsigned but usually marked by flagging, runs southeast down the side of the ridge to cross two large meadows, often frequented by elk, and reach a spur road off of FR 3560. The Cutoff Trail junction is between Lambert Rock and the Barlow Pyramid.


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