Big Tree Trail #1150
The Big Tree Trail starts through a stand of younger trees and switches back and fourth down hill through a stand of old-growth timber to intersect with the Elk Creek Falls Trail #1151.
At a Glance
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|Information Center:||Powers Ranger District|
From Powers, OR: Go south on County Road 90 to Forest Road 33, and turn onto Forest Road 3358. Travel 4.4 miles on Forest Road 3358-090 to Big Tree Observation site and trailhead.
From Gold Beach, OR: Go northeast on County Road 595 to Forest Road 33. Continue to milepost 57 at Elk Creek Falls Trailhead. The Big Tree Trail will intersect 0.05 miles up the Elk Creek Falls Trail.
From Glendale, OR: Go west on Bureau of Land Management Road 32-9-3 to Forest Road 3348. Travel 12 miles on Forest Road 3348 to Forest Road 3358. Turn right onto Forest Road 3358, and proceed for 11 miles to Forest Road 3358-090, at Big Tree Observation Site.
- Connecting trails: Elk Creek Falls Trail #1151
- Trail is not designed for: pack and saddle, mountain bike, motorized bike, ATV, 4-wheel drive, barrier free
The dirt parking lot is large enough for approximately 12 vehicles.
- Big Tree Observation Site near by with world's largest Port-Orford cedar tree
- Connects with Elk Creek Falls Trail #1151 with views of a magnificent waterfall
|Difficulty Level:||More to Most Difficult|
- Forest Road 33 offers a multitude of scenic places, including lots of waterfalls and the beautiful Coquille River.