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Lee Thomas Trailhead, OR

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Currently users can travel north from Chewaucan Crossing Trailhead 82 miles to Yamsay Mountain or south 33 miles to Cox Pass. Several road access points for shuttle vehicle parking are available on both...[more]

Lee Thomas Trailhead

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OR

Directions

From the Paisley Ranger District office, go 0.5 miles north on Highway 31 and turn left on Mill Street. Follow Mill Street to the "Y" intersection and take a right on Forest Road 3315. Stay on Forest Road 3315 for 20 miles. Turn left on Forest Road 28, then go miles to junction with Road 3411. Turn right on 3411, and travel four miles to Lee Thomas Trailhead. The trailhead is signed and the entrance is on the south side of the road.From the town of Lakeview, take Highway 140 West 3 miles then turn right onto County Road 2-16. Travel on County Road 2-16 for 5 miles. Turn left onto County Road 2-16A and within 2 miles, you will be on Forest Road 28. Follow Forest Road 28 for 19 miles to Road 3428. Turn left and drive 7.5 miles to the intersection with Road 34. Go straight through the intersection and you will be on Road 3372. Continue for 10 miles and turn right on Road 3411. The trailhead is one mile on the right.From the Bly Ranger District office, head east on Hwy 140 for mile. Turn left onto the Campbell Road and go for mile to Forest Road 34. Turn right and drive 19 miles to Forest Road 3372. Turn left and go 10 miles to Forest Road 3411. Turn right and go one mile.

Activities
  • BIKING BIKING
  • HIKING HIKING
  • HORSEBACK RIDING HORSEBACK RIDING
  • WILDLIFE VIEWING WILDLIFE VIEWING
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