Old Tar Road is a quiet, remote, dead-ending two-track traveling a ridgeline between Shriner Mountain and Brush Mountain. The road takes you through dense, heavily wooded, and shadowy forest, where pinstriping of your paint is almost guaranteed. The road surface contains countless, never-ending potholes that will leave your back screaming for the aspirin. There are several shallow but sticky seasonal mud holes to be cautious of along the trek. 4WD is recommended but not a necessity for this trail. The dense forest provides no views and very few opportunities to turn around. The trail comes to an end at a stone wall, where it then becomes a non-motorized trail.
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