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blue South Willamette Trail #3465

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4.6 mile 7.4 kilometer point to point
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Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 763' 233 m
Descent: -984' -300 m
High: 1,408' 429 m
Low: 964' 294 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 24% (13°)

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Trail shared by Brock B-Rock

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A rugged trail with lots of undulation, dropping into and out of four ravines.

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S. Willamette sees much lower traffic than the other trails in the Patterson Mt drainage. Probably due to the ruggedness and steepness combined with it "going nowhere" unless you're using it to combine with Hardesty Trail #3469 or Lawler Trail #3473.

The west end is used most by equestrians. The east end (between Eula junction and Crale Creek Road) is used mostly by foot traffic, though some bike traffic can also be present.

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Sooz Ann
Eugene, OR
Sooz Ann   Eugene, OR
I attempted this hike beginning from the Eula Ridge junction on April 27, 2019. This trail is not passable at all in its current state. There is massive forest destruction from the winter storm of February 2019. After scrambling over and under downed trees and other forest debris every ten to twenty feet and losing and finding the trail multiple times, we eventually completely lost the trail about 1.5 miles in. This trail is frankly destroyed in its current state. There is no signage at the Eula Ridge or Hardesty trailheads indicating the the trail is not passable. It should not be open to the public for any purpose until extensive work is done to repair it. Apr 28, 2019

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