Cripple Camp Trailhead
Trail from this trailhead pass through stands of large, old-growth Douglas fir.
These trails are within Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness.
Accessibility: From the trailhead, flat trail grades provide an accessible opportunity into Wilderness. Some persons with disabilities may need assistance, assistance is recommended.
- Horseback Riding
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