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Crossing Way Trail #3307


From Crossing Way Trailhead, Crossing Way Trail #3307 travels southeast through a dry lodgepole pine forest, remaining relatively level for 3 miles before entering the Three Sisters Wilderness and climbing steeply into the McFarland Lakes area. The trail goes over a pass by the lakes and connects with the Pacific Crest Trail #2000.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 8/2/18: Trail cleared of downed logs to McBee Junction.
Permit Info: Wilderness self-issue permit required
Usage: Medium
Water: Requires treatment
Information Center: McKenzie River Ranger Station

General Information


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Recommended for day rides. It is a great opportunity for backpacking and wildlife observation.

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Difficulty Level: More to Most Difficult

Day Hiking

Difficulty Level: More to Most Difficult

Horse Riding & Camping

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  Area/Length : 
5.2 miles

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  Elevation : 
4640 feet - 6000 feet