Visit sites along county roads 308/319, known as the Oregon Trail Road. Your guide, an expert from the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, will talk about the pioneers who passed through the area from 1840-1869 on the three national historic trails: Oregon, Mormon, and California. We will hear stories and visit sites pertaining to the Pony Express Trail. This trip is rated challenging: some climbing and walking required, uneven surfaces, primitive trails with elevation changes, and no wheelchair access. Climate may not be suitable for those in poor physical condition. Driving your own vehicle is not allowed. Bring a sack lunch, water, snacks, and a hat. Wear sturdy walking shoes and dress in layers.