Taylor Camp Cache
In Oregon, United States
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Start at Big Pine camp ground. The picnic area is the best place to park for access to the trails. A NW forest pass is no longer required to park there .
There are warning signs in the path, these are just to warn that the bridges ahead have been removed. The trails are still very passable. When you find Taylor camp trail you will be on the right path. My guess is its a little over a mile and a half hike round trip, it is not a hard hike. End of the trail is a very nice area to let your dog splash in the creek... and maybe yourself... but it is cold. A lot of people down there when I hid this so I walked down the creek a little. Lots of rocks stacked along the creek from mining back in the day. You will have to walk over the rocks, which can be unstable. Have fun
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Last Updated: on 6/15/2009 10:04:29 AM Pacific Daylight Time (5:04 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum