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Pacific Crest-Lodgepole Tie Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Grouseberry (Vaccinium scoparium) is common in this area (bobcat)


This unmarked junction marks where a short connector trail leads west from the Pacific Crest Trail #2000 to meet the Lodgepole Trail #706 and Skyline Road (FR 4220). The tie trail can be used when doing the Russ Lake Loop Hike or to take a shortcut to the Olallie Meadows Trailhead from the Pacific Crest Trail.


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