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NORTH FORK MALHEUR TRAIL
TRAIL #381
PRAIRIE CITY RANGER DISTRICT
MALHEUR NATIONAL FOREST
 
Open: APRIL TO NOVEMBER
Length: 12.4 MILES
Difficulty: EASIEST
Elevation: 4000 FEET to 4880 FEET
Use: LIGHT
 
Hiking: ALLOWED
Horses: ALLOWED
Mt Biking: ALLOWED
ATVs: PROHIBITED
 
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Features: Trail has a foot bridge that crosses the North Fork Malheur River at the trailhead, then goes along the west side of the river. This trail is in the Wild and Scenic River Area.

Access: From Prairie City, take County road 62 south and turn on Forest Service road 13, along Deardorff Creek. Then take Forest Service road 16 south at Short Creek Guard Station, and turn off at Forest Service road 1675. Follow Forest Service road 1675 for about 3 miles to the trailhead.

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