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Revision as of 16:56, 1 December 2017

Trailhead (kaltbluter)
Parking area (kaltbluter)
Map posted at trailhead (kaltbluter)


Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

From Eugene, travel west on Highway 126 for 33.0 miles.

Turn left (south) on Siuslaw Rd.

Travel 1.6 miles turning right on a bridge onto Road #18-8-28.

Travel this road for 1.5 miles, turning to the left onto Dunn Ridge Road

Continue on this road for 7.0 miles to a "T" intersection where the pavement ends. Turn left onto Road #18-8-9 (Knowles Creek Road).

After 1.1 miles you will pass a small pond on your left near Roman Nose Mountain.

Immediately after passing this pond the road splits three ways, stay on the center road.

1.7 miles beyond the small pond turn right onto Road 23.

Travel for 1.6 miles and turn left at intersection of Road 23 & 919.

Drive 5.5 miles, trailhead is on the right.

All roads are navigable in a passenger car but a high clearance vehicle is recommended.

This trailhead is also accessible from Reedsport via Forest Road #48 (Lower Smith River Road).

Fees, Regulations, etc.

  • No parking fee


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