Updated: Dec 13, 2020
The Klamath-Siskyou (KS) ecoregion is one of the most biodiverse conifer ecosystems within the world. The KS is one of the wild regions in the lower 48. With over 30 different conifer species and an abundance of wild and scenic rivers, it's easy to see why this is Sasquatch country.
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Adventure Rating: Epic
Trip Length: 211 mi, 3-5 days
Adventure Vans: Sprinter 4x4s should be able to manage the entire route.
Alternative Routes: n/a
Dispersed camping is permitted throughout public lands managed by the National Forest and BLM, unless signage indicates otherwise. We strongly encourage off road travelers to take advantage of dispersed camping opportunities, but please be mindful of forest and BLM boundaries.
>> Always check with local land managers for road closures and conditions.
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