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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 Winstanley Creek Buoy Trailhead This buoy is available on a first come; first serve basis and is intended for use by small and medium watercraft. The buoy is located in 30-80 feet of water and has a 7/8 inch chain. Look for a white buoy with blue reflective tape. This buoy provides access to the Winstanley Creek trail.
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Rec area marker Winstanley Lake Trailhead The Winstanley Lake trail is 2.5 miles long. The trail follows a gentle grade through the forest to the outlet of Lower Winstanley Lake. The trail then skirts the shore of the lower lake before leading through muskegs and forest to the upper lake. The trail offers many scenic views of the creek and of Lower Winstanley Lake. There are two bridge crossings -- both these bridges were built entirely using non-motorized hand tools. Take a minute to observe the details of construction. There is a mooring buoy near the mouth of Winstanley Creek. At the lake there is a three-sided shelter and a cabin, each with a skiff.
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Rec area marker Withers Canyon Trailhead Withers Canyon Trailhead is the starting point for the 17.6 mile Picket Wire Canyon Trail and the 0.5 mile Picket Wire Canyon Overlook Trail. See Picket Wire Canyon.
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Rec area marker Wolcott Trailhead This trailhead is part of the Pine Creek System OHV System. The Pine Creek area of the Wayne National Forest provides some excellent opportunities for riding all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and off-highway motorcycles (OHMs). This trail system provides approximately 20 miles of trails for off-road vehicle, hiking, and mountain bike use.
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Rec area marker Wolf Creek Trailhead Forested trailhead gives access to Wolf Creek Trail #527 within Lake Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness.
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Rec area marker Wolf Hollow #773 Trailhead  Trailhead at Wolf Hollow Campground for Wolf Hollow - Trail #773 to Black Mountain.
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Rec area marker Wolf Lake Trailhead This trail provides access to the Wolf Lake shelter. The trail is not routinely maintained by the Forest Service.
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Rec area marker Woodchuck Trailhead Woodchuck Trailhead
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Rec area marker Woodchute Trailhead A parking area that is accessible to passenger vehicles and has plenty of room for trailer turn-around, located in the cool pines of Mingus Mountain near the Woodchute Wilderness Area. Dispersed camping is NOT allowed at the trailhead, but is allowed on Forest Road 106. Campers are responsible for knowing regulations and restrictions.  Provides access to:  Woodchute Trail #102 and Martin Canyon Trail #103 Check out Woodchute Trail described in Arizona Highways!  
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Rec area marker Woodenshoe Trailhead .
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