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WEST MYRTLE CREEK TRAIL
TRAIL #314
EMIGRANT CREEK RANGER DISTRICT
MALHEUR NATIONAL FOREST
 
Open: JUNE TO NOVEMBER
Length: 1.9 MILES
Difficulty: MORE DIFFICULT
Elevation: 5000 FEET to 5600 FEET
Use: LIGHT
 
Hiking: ALLOWED
Horses: ALLOWED
Mt Biking: PROHIBITED
ATVs: PROHIBITED
 
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Features: This trail descends into Myrtle Creek Drainage and dissects Myrtle Creek Trail #308. This trail provides good scenic viewing as trail descends into canyon.

Access: From Burns, travel 17 miles north on US Highway 395 to Forest Service road 31. Travel 19 miles to Forest Service road 37. Follow the 37 road 4 miles to Forest Service road 440. The trailhead is located just beyond roads end.

If I ever get off this dude...

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