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Marble pass trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Parked at the Marble Pass Trailhead, Elkhorn Ridge (bobcat)

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees and regulations

  • none

Driving Directions

Drive I-84 east and take Exit 304 for Baker City Center, Geiser Grand Hotel, and the Historic District.

After exiting, turn right onto Campbell Street and drive 0.9 miles.

Turn left on Main Street and go 0.5 miles to a traffic light.

Go right here onto 10th Street and proceed 1.1 miles.

Turn left on Pocahontas Road for the Marble Creek Picnic Area, and drive 7.6 miles.

Turn right onto Marble Creek Road and go 0.3 miles. From now on you will be on gravel.

Turn left at the junction with Mill Creek Lane to stay on Marble Creek Road. Continue on Marble Creek Road, which becomes FR 6510 for another 7.7 miles until you reach a saddle and the pullout on the left at the signed Marble Pass Trailhead. Note that as this road winds up with multiple bends, there are high water bars that require clearance to navigate. A shortbed 4WD vehicle, such as a small Jeep, is best for this type of driving.

Notes

  • FR 6510 is quite rough with high water bars; shortbed 4WD vehicles with high clearance only. Not recommended when the surface is wet.


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