Yellow Cliff OHV Route #68B

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

Yellow Cliff OHV Route, located on Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest, is considered easy with flat to gently rolling terrain. Riders should be alert for two narrow passages (dryland bridges) with vertical dropoffs on both sides. These sites offer beautiful views but must be crossed with caution. 

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Yellow Cliff OHV Route Guide and Map

Trailhead: Forest Service Road 68 

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At a Glance

Fees None
Open Season: Open all year
Usage: Light
Restrictions: This trail is a multiple-use trail open to OHVs less than 50" wide, motorcycles and hiking. Please share the trail.  
Closest Towns: Whitley City
Water: None
Operated By: U.S. Forest Service
Information Center: Stearns Ranger District
3320 US 27 North
Whitley City, KY 42653  

General Information


From US 27 south of Whitley City, take KY 92 west for approximately 11.2 miles, crossing the Big South Fork River to County Road 69 (Cowhorn, Stallion Fork, Jones Hollow sign). Turn right onto 69  (Jones Hollow Rd.) for 0.6-mile, taking the right fork onto Forest Service Road 650 (Stallion Fork Rd.) for 2.7 miles. Bear left onto Forest Service Road 651 (Pilot Rock Rd.) for 1.2 miles, and then bear right onto Forest Service Road 68 (Cowhorn Rd.) for 2.5 miles. The trailhead is on the left.


This trail is not accessible.


Parking available at the trailhead for 3 vehicles with trailers. 



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