post #16 of Old 10-25-2011, 07:38 PM
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National Forest Road 48 off HW 35 takes you right up to Barlow road.


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I tired to find that, but I didn't see any signs for it. I saw something about a detour for it though. Where do I catch 48?

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post #18 of Old 10-25-2011, 09:33 PM
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I will ask my husband how far down it is from the 26-35 junction when he gets home. He might know better than I he tends to be ummmm overly obsessive about details LOL

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post #19 of Old 10-27-2011, 10:14 AM Thread Starter
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Does it matter what direction you go on the trail? I was thinking of heading to where West and East meet then taking West up as far as the bridge if possible. Then backtrack and take East out.

Only reason I ask is that I have seen one-way trails before and I just want to make sure.

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Does it matter what direction you go on the trail? I was thinking of heading to where West and East meet then taking West up as far as the bridge if possible. Then backtrack and take East out.

Only reason I ask is that I have seen one-way trails before and I just want to make sure.
No it is not one way. And sorry I have not gotten back to on nsr 48. My husband has a very busy school schedule this term so I don't get to see a whole lot of him.

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No it is not one way. And sorry I have not gotten back to on nsr 48. My husband has a very busy school schedule this term so I don't get to see a whole lot of him.

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That is fine. You have been a big help and I appreciate it.

I might try going out again today if the weather holds out there.

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Glad to have helped :-) it is a lovely drive and there are some really great camping spots up that way .

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There is a by pass around the closure. Take hwy 26 east to service road 43, Turn left and take it straight till you see the barlow rd sign.
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There is a by pass around the closure. Take hwy 26 east to service road 43, Turn left and take it straight till you see the barlow rd sign.
That is the way I was planning on going, but I never made it back out there. Not sure if I will before the snow hits or not.

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post #25 of Old 11-01-2011, 12:52 PM
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Here are some photos to hold you over :-)

Our Introduction to Barlow road


Barlow Road scouting trip


Our trip leading 10 Wranglers out the trail

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