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This trail is maintained for foot, horse, OHV and mountain bike enthusiasts. The trail follows along the North Fork of the Asotin Creek for 7 miles before it climbs in elevation to the Pinkham Butte Area.

The last five miles leading into this trailhead is narrow and bumpy, with limited turnouts, as well as limited parking at the trailhead. This is one of the first trails to open in the spring, but is to motor traffic April 1st to June 30th. This is due to elk calving taking place in that area. All users should be aware of and show respect to other types of user groups. The lower portion of the trail to the Forks is often used by mountain bikers.
There are many camping areas along this trail, and offers views of the North Fork drainage. It also gives access to the upper portions of the North Fork where great fishing is available.

Directions: From Asotin, WA: Head south along Asotin Creek. Take first 2 rights, then travel 3/4 of a mile and take a left for 5 miles to end of road.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Mid-May-Mid-October

Facility Type: Trail

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