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This trail forms a three mile loop using the Werley Ranch Trail. It leads visitors passed one of the oldest homesteads in the park.

Osborn Homestead Trail is a loop that begins and ends on the Werley Ranch Trail. The entire loop extends three miles round trip from Pisgah Point Group Campground. The trail leads visitors to the ruins of a homestead built in the early 1900s. The Osborn Homestead Trail is number 27 in the park system and is open to foot traffic only.

Directions: From Visitor Center, Travel north on Wapiti Road from the visitor center. Park in the Camper Services parking area and walk through the group campground to the trailhead. Follow Werley Ranch Trail to the spur for Osborn Homestead Trail.

Elevation: 9,870 feet

Ending Elevation: 9,680 feet

Distance: 3 miles

Usage: Heavy in Summer

Difficulty: Moderate

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