|Peak:||East Buffalo Peak (13er)|
|Route:||Buffalo Peaks from the North|
|Date of Info:||09/02/2020|
The forest road from U.S. 285 to the trailhead is in great shape (for a forest road). There are a few rough spots here and there, but a two-wheel-drive sedan should have no problem making it up there. It's a combo campsite/trailhead so it's not exactly clear (to me at least) where you should or should not park, but there is plenty of relatively-level space to park.
The "road" (first 3 and last 3 miles of the hike) is in fine shape and well-marked. There are several downed trees that are fairly easy to walk around/over.
Everything else is just as described in the route description and is, as of 9-2-20, clear and dry.