Barklow Mountain Trail #1258
The Barklow Mountain Trail follows a ridge to the location of an old fire lookout on the highest point of Barklow Mountain, located at 3,579 feet in elevation within the Copper Salmon Wilderness. The lookout offers one of the premier views of the Siskiyou Mountains. Part of the trail continues along the north ridge of Barklow Mountain to the site of an old Forest Service shelter, which has not been used for many years.
Most of the trail is located within the Copper Salmon Wilderness, which was designated in 2009 and encompasses 13,738 acres.
General InformationGeneral Notes:
- Trail is NOT designed for pack and saddle use, mountain bikes, motorized bikes, ATVs, 4-wheel drives, or barrier free needs.
Barklow Mountain Northeast Trailhead: From Powers, OR, travel south on County Road 90 / County Highway 219 for about 5 miles then continue on Forest Road 33 for about another 6 miles. Turn right onto Forest Road 3353, just past mile post 11, and follow for about 5 miles to trailhead.
From Gold Beach, OR, travel northeast on County Road 595 and continue on Forest Road 33. Turn left onto Forest Road 3353, just past mile post 11, and follow to the trailhead.
Barklow Mountain West Trailhead: From Port Orford, OR, head north on Highway 101, then go right on Elk River Road (County Road 208) which turns into Forest Road 5325. Take a left on Forest Road 5201 and cross Elk River at Butler Bar Campground. Follow Forest Road 5201 to the trailhead.
Butler Bar Campground is nearby.
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Alerts & Warnings
- Emergency Area and Road Closure-Anvil Fire
- 2023 PUR Stage 3
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- EMERGENCY FIRE ROAD, TRAIL AND RIVER CLOSURE – Flat Fire
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