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Coast Horse Trails can be accessed from the Dry Lake Trailhead and the Horse Creek Trailhead. The trails offer excellent views of the Pacific Ocean.

The Coast Horse Trails meander across the forested slopes of Cape Mountain, high above the Pacific Ocean, along Oregon's central coast. From the trails you can glimpse spectacular vistas of the ocean and river valleys below, experience the lush growth of our temperate rain forests, and visit points of interest.

Restrooms are located at both trailheads.

Directions: From Florence, Travel north on Highway 101 for about 10.5 miles, past Sutton Lake and Baker Beach, to Primary Forest Route 58. Follow 58 east to the Horse Creek Trailhead. To access the Dry Creek Trailhead, continue on 58 east to Forest Route 789. Follow 789 south to the trailhead.

Elevation: Sea Level

Distance: 16 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

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Siuslaw National Forest, Oregon

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