No walking trails, only logging roads. Sections are being actively logged. Neat to see the stages of ecological succession in different parts of the forest. One section is recently cleared, another is a new growth forest around 10 years old, the others are older. The logging roads have no trespassing signs on them by Horton. Saw some kind of polyspore mushroom on downed trees. Would not hike.
Off-the-beaten-path type spot great for hiking and exploration. The main road is gravel and there's no real established paths, but it's beautiful. Only downside is it gets real muddy during the rainy months and there's little to no road maintainence. Some of the side roads can be found blocked off by fallen trees and the main road has some serious pot holes. Otherwise pleasantly wild!
Great drive! Take your drama mine before you go if you need it. I loved the view. Very good road signs. Very easy to find your way through the mountains. Take a drive, you will love it.
Overlooked due to zero development and active logging. High diversity especially of fungus, lichen and rubus. Innumerable little creeks to explore, good berry and fungus picking. Nearly always absent of people.
Drove out of Eugene west to Horton. Small lake in Oregon coast range in a valley nestled in mountains. Picked some wild mushrooms and put in some hiking miles. Good day all around.