Osceola Tunnel Topo Map

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This is an easy, enjoyable walk with nice views of upper Strawberry Valley and the beautiful, forested slopes of Bald Mountain. The trail follows an old, closed jeep track across the meadow and up the hillside to the pass visible to the northwest. When you reach the pass, go through the gate (please leave it as you found it) and walk down the road a short distance north. Look for mine tailings below to the left, then head down the short slope. This is the exit point for the Osceola Tunnel, which went through the rock under the pass you just walked over. The tunnel allowed water from the Eastern Osceola Ditch to get to this point without having to contour miles around the hill to the east. Remains of the ditch are visible several hundred feet lower on the hillsides to the northwest. The water flowed from the tunnel down a wooden chute for about 400 vertical feet (122 m) before pouring into the ditch again.
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Baker, Nevada

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