The Siskiyou Upland Trails Association (SUTA) develops and maintains a non-motorized community trail system focused on the ridges between Jacksonville and Ashland – including Bald Mountain, Point Mountain, Anderson Butte and many unnamed mountains. Our community trail system currently includes the Sterling Mine Ditch Trail – an historic and state-scenic trail with seven trail heads totaling about 26 miles and Phase I of the Jack-Ash Trail, with four trail heads, totaling 15 miles. These trails are open for equestrians, hikers, runners, and bicyclists. The Jack-Ash Trail is a new trail being developed in two phases: Phase 1 connects both ends of the Sterling Mine Ditch Trail using new trails and existing dirt roads creating about 42 miles of trails and loops, all located on federal lands managed by the Medford BLM.
Vendor: Siskiyou Upland Trails Association
Primary Category: Recreation
Secondary Categorization: Parks
Size: 2.0 MB
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