Chehalis

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t-bone
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Chehalis

Post by t-bone » Sat Jul 31, 2010 8:31 pm

Anyone been up to the Chehalis recently and have some beta on the road condition?

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Post by Dru » Sat Jul 31, 2010 9:10 pm

As of last week

The south access (Skewllepil Creek only) is 2wd to km 31, and then 4wd with crossditches for 4.5 km, to a completely impassible landslide deposit. From this parking area, 15 minutes of walking to the south face slabs leading up Bardean, or around an hour to Stonerabbit's SE face.

New access to Statlu Lake and central Chehalis is via Harrison west FSr and Mystery Creek. 2wd to end of Mystery Creek road. At the last fork, park and go right to a new trail, bridge over Chehails River and linkup to the old Statlu Lake trail. About 2.5 hrs to Statlu Lake. More to Viennese, etc. Still a fair bit of snow on N faces of Ratney and below S faces of Clarke Group (moat crossing problems), Tuning Fork's coming dry now.

Active logging up Trio Creek, otherwise this is the closest driveable access to Grainger at the moment. Probably 2wd once they are done logging.

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