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Road conditions for Shark Kirk Rock area

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Does anyone have info on road conditions on the upper 2 or 3 miles of forest road #2810 and it's spur to the west #041, which approach the Badger Pk./Kirk Rock/Shark Rock area heading up Yellowjacket Creek south from Randle? Is this 4WD country or could you drive an ordinary car or pickup into it?

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I’ve never been there, but I’m pretty sure you’ll need a 4WD.

Probably a big white one. I thinkin’ a big, white T100 or something…

Yeah, that’ll do it. So when are you embarking upon this tour du chosspile?

 

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[ 10-22-2002, 10:34 PM: Message edited by: nonanon ]

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Your best bet for accessing Badger peak and the boundary trail is from FS #2816 or Mosquito Meadows trail. You can also access Boundary Trail from FS #2810 about 5 miles up it. Pretty dicey roads no matter how you look at it. The 28 mainline is well maintained and you access Mosquito Meadows directly from the 28 about 17 miles south from Tower Rock/Cispus Center or about 3 miles north on #28 from FS #25. Remember hunting seasons are in effect for the next few weeks and any rock climbing in the area ain't worth shit. Great views though and plenty of wildlife.

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