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Rock Top Nordic Trails Prospect Ranger District,
Rogue River National Forest
The Rock Top Nordic Trails offer 59.3 miles of easier trails.
Skyline Snowmobile Trail Walla Walla Ranger District,
Umatilla National Forest
There can be drifts for approximately one mile at the beginning of the trail. There are some nice viewpoints along this section. Continuing on, the trail begins to climb to a bald ridge top.
Southern Area Snowmobile Trails Walla Walla Ranger District,
Umatilla National Forest
There are many snowmobile trails in this area with other recreational opportunities including snow picnicking, and viewing scenery from overlooks.
Summit Lake Run Trail Crescent Ranger District,
Deschutes National Forest
This steep trail leads to Summit Lake (elevation 5,553 feet) and connects to Umpqua National Forest trail system.
Summit Rock-Crater Trail Diamond Lake Ranger District,
Umpqua National Forest
The Summit Rock-Crater Trail is 8.4 miles long and is primarily used by ATVs and motorcycles in summer and snowmobiles in the winter.
Target Meadows/McIntyre Trail Walla Walla Ranger District,
Umatilla National Forest
Target Meadows is a designated snow-play area and is located about 2 miles from the work center. This area is very popular because of it's large, flat meadow.
Three Creek Lake Nordic Trails Sisters Ranger District,
Deschutes National Forest
The Three Creek Lake Nordic trails are a system of short and longer loops that can be combined for longer trips. There are several different loops and a couple intersections with the Metolius Trail.
Walt Haring Snopark Chemult Ranger District,
Winema National Forest
In the winter, the Walt Haring Sno-Park is a starting point for snow mobile and Nordic skiing adventures, and in the summer offers five tent and five picnic sites 4,700 feet elevation.
Windigo Way Trail Crescent Ranger District,
Deschutes National Forest
This trail accesses Diamond Lake Lodge on the Umpqua National Forest and connects Umpqua National Forest trails to Deschutes National Forest.
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