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ONION CREEK TRAIL
TRAIL #368
PRAIRIE CITY RANGER DISTRICT
MALHEUR NATIONAL FOREST
 
Open: JUNE TO NOVEMBER
Length: 6.3 MILES
Difficulty: MOST DIFFICULT
Elevation: 5200 FEET to 8640 FEET
Use: LIGHT
 
Hiking: ALLOWED
Horses: ALLOWED
Mt Biking: PROHIBITED
ATVs: PROHIBITED
 
GPS Coordinates
Lattitude: 44.3592
Longitude: -118.7281
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Features: Outstanding views in all directions-access to summit of Strawberry Mountain - access to Lakes Basin, and Skyline Trails. This trail is in the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness Area.

Access: Take County road 60 south from Prairie City. At Forest boundary, road becomes Forest Service road 6001. Trailhead is marked on right side of the road approximately 1/2 way to Strawberry Campground. To access from Roads End Trailhead, take Forest Service road 14 south from Prairie City. Turn onto Forest Service road 16 and follow through Logan Valley to the junction with Forest Service road 1640. Follow signs to High Lake and Strawberry Mountain Wilderness on Forest Service road 1640. Roads End trailhead is 1/4 mile before end of road (at High Lake Rim).

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