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CANYON MOUNTAIN TRAIL
TRAIL #218
BLUE MOUNTAIN RANGER DISTRICT
MALHEUR NATIONAL FOREST
 
Open: JUNE TO NOVEMBER
Length: 15.5 MILES
Difficulty: MORE DIFFICULT
Elevation: 5400 FEET to 7600 FEET
Use: LIGHT
 
Hiking: ALLOWED
Horses: ALLOWED
Mt Biking: PROHIBITED
ATVs: PROHIBITED
 
GPS Coordinates
Lattitude: 44.364308
Longitude: -118.925876
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Features: This trail offers excellent views of the John Day Valley. It also allows access to Canyon Mountain and the west end of the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness.

Access: From John Day, take US Highway 395 south for approximately 2 miles. Turn left onto County road 52 (Marysville Road) in Canyon City. Travel uphill on the paved road approximately 2 miles, then take a right on Gardner Ranch Lane (County road 77) for approximately 1/4 mile, then take another right on Canyon Mountain Trail 218 and follow the road up another 2 full miles to a short, unmarked spur road on the left that - within a hundred yards - terminates at the trailhead. If you miss the spur road junction, the landscape will begin to drop off severely on the right until the main road ends 1/4 mile beyond at the Iron King Mine.

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