This trail takes you from Fish Lake Sno-park to Lake of the Woods. Needs a good snowpack before useable, ask at the Ranger Station or Resort. The first 1.2 miles is shared with nordic skiers. Skiers should keep to the right and snowmobiles should reduce speed to 10 mph.
Please remember that dogs are not allowed on designated nordic ski trails on the Rogue River and Winema National Forests.
At a Glance
03/15/2013: No current conditions report available.
Not available. Surface water should be treated.
Following Hwy 140 east from Medford: Summit Sno-park is located at milepoint 28.5 with parking for about 5-7 vehicles. Fish Lake Sno-park, at milepoint 30.5, has restrooms, parking for 35 vehicles, a picnic shelter, and is located near the Fish Lake Resort (cabins, cafe, store). Please note that access to the snowmobile trails from Fish Lake Sno-park is through the Campground. Please enter and exit only at the trailhead bulletin board and stay on the marked/groomed trail. By cooperating you will help protect young trees and vegetation planted in the campground.
Following the Dead Indian Memorial Road east from Ashland: Deadwood Sno-park is located at milepoint 22 with parking for 8-10 vehicles (sno-park permit required). There are no designated trails originating from Deadwood, but there are numerous Forest Service roads in the vicinity. Big Draw Sno-park, at milepoint 26, is an informal "pull-out" where a wide spot adjacent the road is occasionally plowed for parking (no permit required). The Hyatt Lake/Lake O'Woods snowmobile trail crosses the hwy here. Pederson Sno-park is located about 1/2 mile east of the Jackson/Klamath county line. Pederson is another informal sno-park (no permit required) with limited parking. The Pederson Snowmobile trail crosses the hwy just west of the sno-park. The Pacific Crest Trail crosses the hwy at the Pederson Sno-park also. It is designated and marked for nordic skiing from the sno-park north to the South Brown Mountain Shelter. Snowmobilers can reach the shelter via the Pederson and Hyatt/Lake O'Woods trails.