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Many clean spots up an old forestry road with an ocean view and early sun. Road is rough, four wheel drive needed, good height clearance and many good turnaround locations. Had two bars of 5G on Rogers - enough for streaming and FaceTime.
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Made it up in an AWD Ford Transit 250. The description doesn’t lie - it’s a wilderness road that’s rugged but doable. And worth it! Tried to add some pictures of the worst part of the road on the corner. But the picture doesn’t do the rut on the corner justice.Report Check-In
Really nice view and not busy at all. Managed to go up with a lifted 1500HD and a slide in camper on 4LOW.
I recommend it if you're vehicule can make it.
Sprinter 3500 couldn’t do the last turn to the top. Too sleep and rocky. Flat spaces under the power lines with room to turn around.Report Check-In
The turn comes up quick, I looked up and didn't even try to get my camper van up that hill. Definitely need an offroading vehicle to park there.Report Check-In
Beautiful view. Definitely worth the short, steep drive up. Camping spots are alongside a deactivated logging road. A vehicle with decent ground clearance is definitely required as deactivated logging road ditches were dug, although four wheel may only be needed when wet. We made it up in a stock, 2WD Toyota Tacoma.Report Check-In
Accurate description. Definitely need 4x4 and good clearance. Some of the ditches needed propping up with rocks. Quiet and serene. We stopped at the first big pull-out spot.Report Check-In