[pct-l] Kelso Valley Rd Access
David Money Harris
David_Harris at hmc.edu
Wed Nov 19 12:36:04 CST 2014
I haven’t been on Bird Spring Canyon Road this year, but is normally easy 2WD unless it has washed out, and there’s barely been precipitation.
I seem to recall that Dove Spring Canyon has sand at the west end and that I may have backed off in 2WD, but there’s a chance I’ve mixed it up with another road in the area.
Kelso Valley Road and Bird Spring Road are both pretty decent. Drive time depends on where you are coming from; from the saddle on Kelso Valley to Bird Spring Pass is under an hour.
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> From: Dan Campbell <dan at camelbackhotel.com <mailto:dan at camelbackhotel.com>>
> Subject: Re: [pct-l] Kelso Valley Rd Access
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> I'm planning on section hiking the northern half of Section F this
> weekend. Does anyone know the condition of Bird Spring Canyon Road is
> coming from Kelso Valley Road? How about Dove Spring Canyon Road from
> Kelso Valley Road? I'm driving a 2 wheel drive ford excursion. Driving
> time too if you have an idea. Thanks in advance.
> *Dan Campbell*
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