Cross Hwy 49 Legally?

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Postby Ken » Fri Jul 27, 2007 10:30 am

We parked....where it turns to dirt...there's a parking/staging area there.

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We rode around the lake (red) and turned Left to Downieville. The arrow is where Jimmy's private camp is...there's a gate.


That was this ride....where I rolled my quad over backwards.

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Postby GrizzlyGuy » Fri Jul 27, 2007 1:35 pm

Ken wrote:We parked....where it turns to dirt...there's a parking/staging area there.
Awesome info Ken, thanks! That sure is nice country out that way. 8)

So it really is just a short bit of pavement to get to that parking/staging area and dirt. Any idea whether the trails/roads going out of there are closed per the current fire restrictions? It seems like the stuff out by Snake and Deer lakes would be closed, but dunno.

If I do make it past the lake and out that way, I'll be sure not to take that ornery little path that did the number on your handle bars!
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Postby scotte » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:26 pm

Thanks for all your pictures, brings back lots of memories from 20-25+ years ago when my folks had their house up there (you can still see it as you come down the final stretch of Gold Lake Rd to Hwy-49 maybe 3/4 mile up from Bassetts or so, across the river perched (or so it looks) on a big rock.

I have fond memories of spending summer afternoons swimming at Sand Pond or fishing in Sardine like or Salmon lake or hiking up to the lookout.


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