Chloride Ridge FSR 2112

Total Miles
1.7

Elevation

349.03 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Chloride Ridge FSR 2112, is a simple gravel-based Forestry Road through the Fredericktown Sector of Mark Twain National Forest. The road features a few small rolling hills with mild climbs, and a few small soft wet spots where the gravel fades to dirt, tracking past a few camp cutouts amongst the trees. The primary draw to the road appears to be hunting season, especially with the large amounts of wood and water sources surrounding the road. Towards the northern end of the trail, the Crane Pond Creek starts to parallel the road just to the east. The road begins at Warren Hill Road aka Iron County Road 124, and travels northward, ending at a turnaround and campsite cutout at 37.47283, -90.65085.

Photos of Chloride Ridge FSR 2112

Chloride Ridge FSR 2112
Chloride Ridge FSR 2112
Chloride Ridge FSR 2112

Difficulty

The difficulty of the FSR 2112 is minimal, the hardest part is the few small grades, and soft spots where the gravel fades into dirt, forming surface level mud puddles when wet, and the typical complications to gravel roads, such as potholes, washboarding, and mounding. Given a 1/10 base rating due to the simplicity of this road.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

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Access Description

From the East use Missouri Route E to get to 37.45221, -90.58623, turn onto Iron County Road 124, head west for 4.2 miles, to 37.45286, -90.65558, and head north onto the FSR 2112. From the West use Missouri Route 49 to get to 37.45614, -90.68674, turn onto Iron County Road 124, head east for 2 miles, to 37.45286, -90.65558, and head north onto the FSR 2112.

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