Just a warning for those who relie so heavily on Googling Maps and using GPS to find the easiest routes to get you where you want to go. After a husband lost his life on Bear Camp Road about two years ago trying to go for help (I think he Googled a map for a easy route to the coast from I-5 not too many miles south of where I live) again a family followed a map this time from his GPS, they could have lost their lives if the atmospherics hadn't changed and he was able to contact help on his cell phone. They lucked out, quite a number of others haven't. It's time people start going back to maps, calling the state police or talk to locals and find out what safe routes are available and quit putting trust in electronic do-dads. This time of year the logging roads here in Oregon, though in most cases not over 4000 ft. elev., can have over three feet in shady areas.