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Bluegrass Ridge-Bluegrass Tie Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

At the junction (bobcat)


Signs have remained at this junction even though it was scorched by the 2006 Bluegrass Ridge Burn. The Bluegrass Tie Trail #647B is not regularly maintained, so be prepared for blowdown as you descend to Elk Meadows. The junction is on the Mt. Hood Wilderness boundary.

If you have arrived here by struggling along the Bluegrass Ridge Trail from Cold Spring Creek, then you have survived the worst of the blowdown and the rest of the hike is pure gravy.


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