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Wilson River-Elk Mountain Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Sign at the junction (KepPNW)
View to the Wilson River valley and Highway 6 from above the junction (bobcat)


This junction, less than a quarter mile from the Elk Creek Trailhead, sees the Elk Mountain Trail heading steeply up, while the Wilson River Trail begins a traverse and then an undulating descent to the Kings Mountain Trail.

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