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Elk Meadows-Bluegrass Ridge-Gnarl Ridge Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The junction on the saddle (bobcat)
New sign at the junction (bobcat)


This large four-way trail junction is on the saddle between Gnarl Ridge and Elk Mountain. Coming up from Newton Creek, Elk Meadows lie straight ahead. To the right is the Bluegrass Ridge Trail #647. To the left is the Gnarl Ridge Trail #652.


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