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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

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Rec area marker Vista Ridge Trailhead   No amenities. A popular trailhead to access the Mount Hood Wilderness with room for up to 10 cars. Provides access to: Vista Ridge Trail #626 and Mount Hood Wilderness.
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Rec area marker Walton Sno-Park Walton Lake Sno-Park is located off of Forest Service Road 22 and provides access to a variety of winter activities.   There are two parking areas; the lower provides immediate access to the network of cross-country ski trails, and the larger upper area that provides immediate access to the warming hut and restroom.     The greatest concentration of snowmobile trails on the Ochoco National Forest can be accessed from the upper parking lot.     Additionally, there is a small hilly area next to the upper parking area that is good for sledding and tubing.  
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Rec area marker Warren Lake Trailhead Provides access to: Warren Lake Trail 417A and Mitchell Point Trail 417 which access Mark O Hatfield Wilderness.
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Rec area marker Washpan Trailhead Washpan Trailhead
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Rec area marker West Face Trailhead The West Face Trailhead is used primarily in the snow season as a snowmobile trailhead parking area. There is summertime use as a trailhead for mountain biking. Directions:  Travel west from McCall on Hwy 55 4.5 miles to the trailhead.  It is located on the north side of the road.
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Rec area marker Williamson Valley Trailhead The Williamson Valley Trailhead accesses the east side of Granite Mountain.  It has plentiful parking and room for trailers to park and turn-around.     Provides access to:   Facilities No drinking water Vault toilet No garbage service- Please pack it out
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Rec area marker Windy Peak Trailhead This Trailhead is part of the Long Swamp Campground and parking is available outside of the campground footprint. The toilet facilities are in the campground. Bearproof garbage can, information sign board, and self-registration board are available. Northwest Forest Pass is required. Provides access to: Windy Peak Trail #342 within Pasayten Wilderness.
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Rec area marker Wrights Canyon Trail/Trailhead Provides access to: Gatton Creek Falls via Wrights Canyon Trail, a 3/10 mile compacted gravel accessible trail that leads to Gatton Creek Falls viewing area. The trail ends at its junction with Gatton Creek Trail #888 near the falls which allows continuous access from the Lake Quinault Lodge to the Rain Forest Village. Small parking area with one accessible parking spot and information bulletin board.
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Rec area marker Wynoochee Lakeshore Trailhead - Tacoma Power Dam Provides access to: Wynoochee Lake Shore Trail #878 at the Tacoma Power Dam at Wynoochee Lake.   Do not walk across the dam to reach the trailhead on the east side of the lake. You will need to walk on the road bridge to cross the Wynoochee River to access the east side of the lake.
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Rec area marker Wynoochee Pass Trailhead Provides access to: Wynoochee Pass Trail which travels into the Olympic National Park (hiker only trail).
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