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Hanan/Coffeepot Springs Trailhead

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Provides access to : Hanan Trail #142. The trailhead is located one hour southwest of Paisley, Oregon and sits at 6820 feet in elevation. The historic Hanan Trail #142 accesses roadless country between Coffeepot Springs and the confluence of Boulder Springs with the Sycan River. The trail cuts…

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Location

Hanan/Coffeepot Springs Trailhead is located in Oregon

Directions

Hanan-Coffeepot Springs Trailhead is located one hour southwest of Paisley, OR. From Paisley, OR take Highway 31 north toward Silver Lake, OR. Turn left on County Highway 2-08, Mill Street, and continue right on Forest Service (FS) Road 3315. Follow FS Road 3315 to the trailhead located on the right. Hanan/Coffeepot Trailhead vicinity map.

Coordinates

42.60658467 N
120.70039282 W

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About This Campground

Provides access to : Hanan Trail #142. The trailhead is located one hour southwest of Paisley, Oregon and sits at 6820 feet in elevation. The historic Hanan Trail #142 accesses roadless country between Coffeepot Springs and the confluence of Boulder Springs with the Sycan River. The trail cuts through a range of environments including stands of mature mixed conifer, open upland meadows, scab-rock flats, aspen groves, rim rocks, and dense forests of lodgepole pine.    This trailhead is open to hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bikers. There is adequate trailer turnaround at the parking area, and signed trail directions. The trailhead offers one vaulted toilet and dispersed camping. Maintenance services are provided during the open season. There is no potable water. Visitors need to pack plenty of water.

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