And I'm showing it's road S1000 that you turn off of onto S3000? Looks like, long ago, I squirreled away some coordinates (N46.02270° W122.24150°) for this trailhead. But I see S3000 isn't on Google Maps, so following GPS to get there may be a bit problematic, but getting to the turnoff ought to be "good enough."Don Nelsen wrote:The road is a good gravel road, plenty wide for two cars passing in opposite directions. S3000 is good, too, but narrower with a few small potholes. On weekends, when no logging is going on, you can come in from either the north via Cougar or from the south via Chelatchie Prarie. The way from the north is faster by about 20 minutes, but longer. Have a good forest road map with you as the signage is almost nonexistent and the junctions aren't always obvious.kepPNW wrote:Wow, I've wanted to get there ever since hearing about it, but still haven't. Maybe this is the final inspiration.
How's the road access (to, and on, S3000)? Thanks!
Well, maybe combine it with something else up there. Definitely worth tagging "one of these days" in the not too distant future!Don Nelsen wrote:BTW, The hike is only 7.4 miles RT and 2,200' vertical. Adding Sugarloaf Ridge on to the hike would only be another 6/10 mile and 240' vertical.
I was tired of seeing all the lame shots of flowers and frogs and children and such - what could I do?K.Wagner wrote:BTW Karl, congrats on getting published this morning! Does this mean that we have to add "Sir" in front now?
For anyone wondering, Kelly is referring to page D1 of today's Columbian...
Full album, including this shot.
And, thanks to both of you, for doing all you have done to get this peak back in circulation!!!