Posted By: supranihilest
Info: A few small ice patches (more like strips of ice; completely avoidable) and some water-filled potholes (they will be frozen in the morning) en route to the more well-known Silver Creek/Grizzly Gulch trailhead. The road becomes rougher past that point. There’s one section of packed ice on the road, going uphill, perhaps 50-75 feet long that took a running start to get past. There’s also a couple of large rock slabs embedded in the road that a low-clearance vehicle will NOT be able to get past. 4WD is not necessary but high clearance is.