If you’re looking for something off the beaten path and a little bit more rugged than Ophir Creek Road, then Little Froze Road is for you. There are a few rocky sections with basketball-sized embedded rocks to be navigated. Little Froze Road could be driven by a lower clearance vehicle with proper tire placement, but be mindful that Burn Road on the west end of Little Froze Road is not suitable for lower clearance vehicles. Be sure to take Deer Peak Road if clearance is an issue.
There is a large campsite, suitable for multiple vehicles and campers, at the east end of the trail and multiple smaller campsites generously spaced out along the trail. As you near the west end of the trail, be sure to roll your windows down and take in the aroma of Douglas Fir trees, which smells like Christmas year-round.
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