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Twisty and scenic single track trail that travels along an old river bottom. This trail has great river views with some sandbanks and bluffs. It is entirely shaded. It begins with a double track from Forest Service Road 426. Take the heavily traveled left branch after the first dirt mound. Crosses main loop where Badlands links with Briar Patch, turns to single track after second mud hole and a short climb. The trail forks, take the right branch. Follows Tuxachanie Creek, then turns back toward the road to avoid a swamp, travels an old jeep trail, then turns back down to the creek again. Trail finishes with a steep ravine climb to a small clearing. Take a break and then head back down or take the bail-out route on the jeep road to Highway 15 and back to trailhead.
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