Just east of North Dragon lies Birch Spring Point, a difficult spur that climbs up its namesake mountain but stops shy of the peak, Birch Spring Point. This trail will test your break-over angle due to the numerous berms along its first stretch for water diversion. If you have made it over the berms, a tight, washed-out turn will be the next obstacle, where longer wheelbase vehicles may need to attempt with caution. Numerous washouts and ruts dot the trail to keep things interesting. Although the road appears to continue, official Forest Service MVUMs end the trail at a weird location with minimal room to turn around. The provided GPX ends near the official end but with room for multiple vehicles to maneuver. Camping is only found near the trailhead in the form of a dispersed, unimproved site.
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