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Dunning Ranch Professional Review and Guide
"About 10 miles northeast of Roseburg on the North Umpqua River. Tread: grass covered roads in good condition (but sometimes hard to follow). Hazards: Poison oak, chiggers, and ticks are abundant, but rattlesnakes are rare. When the grassy roads are wet from dew or rain, descents become frightening.After going through the gate, follow the well-maintained gravel road about 1.5 miles until it crosses a small creek and a road on the right. You leave BLM land if you continue on the main gravel road another 0.5 mile. The right fork follows Chasm Creek through pastures and oak forests, becomingprogressively more overgrown until it almost disappears after it crosses the creek. The road becomes visible again as you ride uphill through the meadow."
--Mark Wigg, Mountain Biking Oregon (Falcon Guides).
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