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The Godfrey Glen Trail begins from the southern park road slightly more than a mile east of Mazama Campground. It leads through old growth forest as it parallels a small tributary to Annie Creek. The loop leads west along the northern bank of the creek for a short distance. It reaches one of the eastern arms of Annie Creek Canyon and turns sharply eastward. After leading along the canyon rim the trail crosses the small tributary then turns sharply westward to continue contouring the canyon. The trail turns again this time to the east and begins to parallel the creeks southern bank back to the trailhead.

Directions: From Annie Spring Entrance Station: Drive northward past Mazama Campground then follow the trail eastward approximately 1 mile to the Godfrey Glen Trailhead on the southern side of the road.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Year-round (Expect the trail to be snow covered during the late fall, winter and early spring. Snowshoes may be necessary.)

Facility Type: Trail

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