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Silver Creek Trail is 2.5 miles long and offers the only access into a nonmotorized "back country recreation area."

Silver Creek Trail is the only access into a nonmotorized "back country recreation area." The trail is steep down to Silver Creek, but has spectacular scenery. The trail is difficult to find south of Silver Creek as hikers must hike downstream to locate the rest of the trail. The trail eventually connects to the Todd Creek primitive road (south of Silver Creek). Silver Falls Overlook Trail #1134a spurs off this trail at about one mile from the upper trailhead.

Directions: From Grant's Pass, Take I-5 north to exit #61 (Merlin). Continue through the town of Merlinon the Merlin/Galice Road to the Galice Creek Access Road 34-8-36. Follow The Galice Creek Access Road for approximately seven miles to Soldier Camp. From there, take road 35-9-1 to spur road 050. Follow 050 until it ends at the trailhead.

Distance: 2.5 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Siskiyou National Forest, Oregon

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