This is the pinnacle of offroad trips. It is for highly modified/purpose-built vehicles, and unless you are a mechanic, don't go alone. We go with a group of 12-20 'rigs', and take three days to make the 17 mile trek. Camping at Ellis is a good first night, you have cleared the 'rookie filter' and it is a nice campsite, with a potty and running water. Second day, up over Walker Rock-and off past the Little Sluice to Buck. Camp at Buck, there are potty's there, next day off to Rubicon Springs via the always popular Big sluice. At the springs there is running water, potty and the opportunity to swim and bask if the weather is good-which it was. Next day, up Cadillac Hill, and if you still have all the parts on your rig-stop at Inspiration Point, take a pic or two, and then off to Tahoma..
Absolutely beautiful trip, spectacular views and scenery. If you travel in a smaller group, you can get to camp early enough to take advantage of some great hikes.
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