North Fork Pinnacle Road 132C

Total Miles


360.59 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

I started the trail in 2-wheel drive but not far into the trail, I had to put it in 4L. This is due to the clearance issues and needing to go slow for uneven ground. This trail closes in the summer and is open in the fall and winter. They use the trail during the summer as a hiking trail. Great trail, with lots of things to see, and mud holes to drive through. Lots of running creeks along the route. I do caution that this trail is narrow and has many low overhanging trees. No full-size vehicles, or vehicles with rooftop tents. Pinstripes are bound to happen. Please be cautious during the summer months near creeks and water sources. We do have cotton mouth and rattlesnakes along with scorpions.

Photos of North Fork Pinnacle Road 132C

North Fork Pinnacle Road 132C
North Fork Pinnacle Road 132C
North Fork Pinnacle Road 132C


This road has no places to pass other vehicles. The mud holes are more than 18 inches deep. Lots of overhanging trees, and narrow areas (just barely a Tacoma width wide).

Technical Rating


Status Reports

David Mcwhorter
Apr 21, 2024
Temporarily Closed
Seasonal Closure
Anthony Ryken
Feb 25, 2024
Looks like they’re doing work on the trail. The first half is much wider now and the brush has been cleared off the sides of the trail.
Trey Duncan
Jan 27, 2024
Downed Tree
We came in from the west side of the trail, stock Gladiator rubicon, and Stock Nissan Frontier pro4x. We made it about half way through the trail before hitting the downed tree. No chainsaw today so we couldn’t clear it. Lots of mud holes and water was running fast over the low bridges. It was raining and had been all week prior. Also lots of snow melt from the previous week. Trail was tight, no pin stripes but very tight.
Cameron Davis
Nov 12, 2023

Access Description

Youll access this route by Highway 9, Winona Forest Drive.

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