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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 White Rock Trailhead White Rock Trailhead is located on Sunset Valley Road on Figueroa Mountain. This trailhead meets up with several other trails in this general area, including East Pinery and Munch Canyon Trail. This trail is very popular during spring, as it produces beautiful wildflowers during a wet year. From mid-July to the end of September, this trail is utilized by hunters during deer season. The parking for this trailhead is very minimal. There is no designated parking area for this trailhead. Visitors merely park adjacent to Sunset Valley Road near the trail.
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Rec area marker Whitehorse Meadows Trailhead Provides access to: Whitehorse Meadows Trail #1477 which accesses the north end of Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness.  Directions: From Roseburg, OR take Highway 138 east for about 50 miles and turn south onto Road 28, the Big Camas Road, at Copeland Creek. Continue for 13.7 miles and turn left onto Forest Road 2715-950. Go approximately 2 miles, the trailhead is on the east side of the road junction.
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Rec area marker Whitetail Canyon #202 Trailhead  Trailhead at Sandy Point for Whitetail Canyon - Trail #202. Trailhead is not reachable by motorized vehicle due to New Mexico 159 - Bursum Road seasonal, winter closure.
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Rec area marker Whitewater Trailhead Trailhead provides access for:
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Rec area marker Whoop Um Up Trailhead The Whoop Um Up Trailhead includes a restroom and information kiosk. Fees are charged by the State in the winter, however the Forest Service operates it for free in summer. Located near Whoop Um Up Equestrian Campground and Edna Creek Campground.
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Rec area marker Whychus Creek Scenic Overlook Trailhead The Whychus Creek Scenic Overlook sits perched atop cliffs overlooking Whychus Creek. Reached via a 1-mile accessible trail, the overlook offers expansive views of the Whychus Creek Wild and Scenic River area, as well as, the Three Sisters' peaks. Visitors have two options to reach the overlook. The easier out-and-back South Trail winds through the forest before reaching the overlook. A more difficult North Trail turns the hike into a loop, but features sustained hill climbs and a longer distance. However, the North Trail does offer two additional mountain viewpoints before you reach the overlook. Those who choose to take the North Trail will return to the trailhead via the South Trail, as the North Trail is one-way only.
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Rec area marker Wickiup Plains Trailhead ALERT: This site is unreachable due to winter closure of the Cascade Lakes Highway. This trailhead is primarily used by equestrians and provides access to: Wickiup Plains Trail.. The trailhead has a hitching post, a toilet and provides access to the Three Sisters Wilderness. This trailhead is in the same location as Devils Lake/South Sister Trailhead.
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Rec area marker Wigwam Trailhead Wigwam Trail provides access to Lost Creek Wilderness and to Wigwam Park where the trail continues beyond the South Park Ranger District boundary.  This moderate trail is a total of 11 miles and intersects with Brookside-McCurdy, Rolling Creek, and Goose Creek Trails enabling hikers to form their own loops.
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Rec area marker Wilcox Trailhead This Trailhead has 1 toilet facility, unloading ramp, 3 hitch rails, 3 picnic tables, 3 fire rings. The Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail can be accessed from this trailhead. Travel East on the Wilcox Mountain Road #100 enroute to the Bonaparte area trails or travel West out of the Trailhead enroute to Whistler Canyon and beyond. 
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Rec area marker Wildbunch Trailhead (#7) Trailhead Needs Descrption
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