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Nature Conservancy Head Trail

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While we thank Fodor's for the gorgeous photograph in the Oregon guidebook's 5th edition
of this hike on pages 218-219, the directions are all wrong. As you go on to describe this "Off the Beaten Path" location on page 224, I'm afraid you do have us well off the beaten path! The exquisite view in the two page photo is the Lower Trail Head.
Directions:
Drive 3.4 miles south from Hawk Street in Neskowin on Hwy. 101. As you approach a crest in the hill look to your right. Turn into wooded area with open metal gate that leads to winding wooded gravel road. Drive up winding road and that leads to parking area with Trail Head. It is open from June-Decenber.
Other than that confusion, we were very grateful to Fodor's for our hikes throughout Oregon! From Dog Mountain overlooking Columbia Gorge to Mount Scott Trail above Crater Lake and many hikes in between-it was awesome!!

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