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End of the Road

The road once ended at the junction with the Cowlitz Pass Trail to the Summit Lakes, small lakes surrounded by meadows on a plateau 4,500 feet or more in elevation. Good campsites and fishing spots were available on Jug, Deerhead, Dumbell, and Frying Pan Lakes.

This was literally the end of the road in the 1930s, before the rest of the road over and down the east side was constructed.