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Acker Rock Lookout

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Open through Tue Dec 31 2013
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43.05231, -122.64561
43°3'8"N, 122°38'44"W

From the Tiller Ranger Station, take county Road 46, which becomes South Umpqua Road 28, for 18.5 miles to Buckeye Creek Road 29. Follow for 7 miles to the junction with Road 2838, then continue for 1.5 miles to the -950 spur. Follow the spur for 1.5 miles to the trailhead. The Acker Rock Trail 1585 is a.4 mile moderate to steep hike. The -950 spur is closed with a locked gate.

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Overlooking the Umpqua River and several of its tributaries, the lookout is a delightful setting for anglers, as these waters sustain populations of rainbow, cutthroat and brown trout.

Hiking, birding, and wildlife viewing are popular among guests. Seasonal changes envelope the area as snowmelt gives rise to spring flowers and vivid autumn colors welcome a landscape dusted with snow.

For a day trip, guests may enjoy a scenic drive along a portion of the 172-mile Rogue-Umpqua National Scenic Byway. Mountain and river scenery unfold along the highway, showcasing everything from rolling oak-covered hills and towering coniferous forests to roaring white water rapids and incised intercanyon lava flows.

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