A steep rutted out hill climb and several water crossings are the highlights of Power Wagon Point. The grade of the climb ranges from approximately 20 to 50 degrees and is enough to be exciting, and high clearance is desired to avoid scraping your undercarriage. During this write-up, the depth of the rutted out area was miscalculated, and a camera lens met its fate in the middle of the trail. The first water crossing can be deep after heavy rains, so proceed with caution! Power Wagon Point is also heavily wooded, so it can provide respite from the hot sun on a sweltering summer day. This is a one way only trail and is marked as such. Do not attempt to run it backwards, as it would be almost impossible to move off to the side of the trail in some spots.
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