Driving southerly along with no idea what lay in store for us, we started seeing warning signs advising certain vehicles to turn back, etc. Then the pavement ended. Then the bottom fell out of the world and we could see absolutely FOREVER. What a great view. Then we read the sign about dropping over a thousand feet vertically while only moving forward less than a quarter of a mile horizontally. So on we went. Single lane, gravel switchbacks with no guardrails, and STRAIGHT DOWN off the sides. Not for the faint of heart at all. Photos cannot illustrate how this felt. Don't hit the brakes, you'll slide in the gravel off the edge. Don't go too fast because there's a hairpin switchback in front of you. And don't have a motor home because it is a very narrow ONE LANE road to handle BOTH DIRECTIONS (yes, someone will have to back up if you meet oncoming vehicles) Still, I wouldn't miss it for the world. If you can, try to time it during a very-low traffic hour to avoid other vehicles. The view is: magnificent. The experience: unforgettable
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