Note: The CCC Road is not accessible from
Highway 101 to the south, and none of the connecting roads shown
are open to the public. The CCC Road can be accessed for foot and bicycle
traffic at its west end: westbound on Highway 101 turn right on
the unpaved road 0.2 miles west of Granny's Cafe (Joyce Access Road).
In a quarter mile just past the bridge, climb over "tank trap"
ditches and find the old road to the right. It is mostly unmaintained single-track
or rough road until the junction with the
Reliable water source from culvert under road. Must be filtered or
purified. Within a tenth of a mile is an overlook south to the Elwha
Valley and Indian Creek.
Road to left - continue straight.
4.5 Trail leaves road to right, and
continues west roughly paralleling the CCC Road, crossing and
briefly following several old roads.
|5.8 Motorcycle barrier. This barrier
exists because the trail originally connected to the CCC Road near
here. Trail continues to climb and switchback uphill through the
6.3 Cross a stream with reliable water.
Must be filtered or purified. Motorcycle barrier shortly beyond, and
trail exits forest into old clearcut.
left onto unpaved road.
6.5 Two road spurs to
the left within a tenth of a mile - continue
6.7 Road to right- continue
6.8 Road to left- continue
7.1 Road to right - continue
7.2 Gate and junction with Eden Valley
Road at the end of its pavement. This point can be accessed from
Highway 112 to the north.
Continue across road for ODT trail to