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The trailhead is at the site of an old mining town.
There is some private land at Cornucopia, but if you stay on the road, which is also the trail, no special permission is necessary. There is parking available at the trailhead. Signs are at boundaries, junctions and the trailhead. You will ride or hike along mountain trails, viewing spectacular scenery. There are mountain streams to cross along most of the route but be prepared to carry your own drinking water.
There are no good campsites along this trail.Directions
From Halfway, Oregon, take county road #413 (Cornucopia Road),which turns into Forest Road #4190, approximatley 10
miles to Cornucopia Trailhead.
Great place to go for solitude. The area has gently rolling hills and many tall ponderosa pine trees. There are many beautiful streams along most of the route.