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Between the blocked-off open area and the pull-off is a small uphill opening with tracks. It leads to a small trail behind the rocks. Really pretty views and the river drowns out any highway noise. We set out some of our orange markers as a visual reminder of the cliff. Much more enjoyable spot than the local campgrounds.
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Still good and safe. Pretty wind tonight, but the river view is quite nice.Report Check-In
jeep wrangler, used 4wd to get up, slope was muddy due to ongoing rain. The road curves around behind the rocks before reaching a dead end, limited turnaround space. Most road noise blocked by rocks and drowned out by river. Train tracks on opposite bank, but trains are infrequent.Report Check-In
Nice place. It's better to go up near the cliff, but it requires 4x4. Very windyReport Check-In
Got up fine in our 2wd sprinter. It is steep though. There's one space at the top of the hill that is relatively flat and good for up to two cars side by side.
Further down the cliff side track there is a small space to camp or turn around. Not recommended...small and not level and reversing down the road would be unpleasant.Report Check-In
Stages at the bottom with others RV's. A bit of traffic noise. Spot for big rigs. Trail required a 4×4 To get the other side.Report Check-In
Very, very steep. we couldn't make it up. Maybe high clearance and 4WD would have better luck. We went a few miles north for a great spot on the west side.Report Check-In
Between the blocked off open area and pull off is a small uphill opening with tracks. It leads to a small trail behind the rocks. Really pretty views and the river drowns out any highway noise. We set out some of our orange markers as a visual reminder of the cliff. Much more enjoyable spot than the local campgrounds.Report Check-In