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Cedar Roughs Wilderness
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Cedar Roughs Wilderness, California
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Description: There are excellent opportunities for solitude and dispersed recreation within the Cedar Roughs Wilderness Area with views of the surrounding landscape from atop the main ridge. Because recreational use is very limited, due primarily to the lack of good access, there are very few visitors to this area. Primary types of recreation include hiking, hunting, wildlife viewing, and botanizing. One trail at the north end on the south side of Pope Creek ascends a ridge to the south on Department of Fish & Game property. This is an old jeep trail dating back to the time when the property was in private ownership. The trail ends before crossing the wilderness boundary. Because of the lack of trails leading into the Cedar Roughs itself and the presence of very thick vegetation in the cypress stand, hiking through this part of the wilderness area is difficult.

Location: Located off Pope Canyon Road 2.2 miles west of Pope Creek bridge, Lake Berryessa, or 6.3 miles east of Pope Valley airstrip. Park on the south side of the brown and yellow gate, and follow Pope Creek upstream approximately 1/4 mile. Look for trail markers. Cross Pope Creek and climb hill a short distance to an abandoned jeep trail. The old jeep trail provides access into main block of public land.

Address: Bureau of Land Management
Ukiah Field Office
2550 North State Street
Ukiah, CA  95482
Phone: (707) 468-4000

Season: year round

Fee: no

Reservations: no
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