Road Reports June 13

Yellow Pine: Dry weather since Sunday, local streets are drying out and starting to get dusty. Dust abatement deadline is coming soon, see June 10th Yellow Pine Times for details. Click for Local Forecast.
Yellow Pine Webcam:

Johnson Creek Stream Gauge:

Warm Lake Highway: Chip sealing has started on Warm Lake Highway. According to the mail truck driver (June 13) they did a stretch by the Davis ranch, then jumped over to Scott Valley today.

South Fork Road: Last report (June 9) “S Fork route is very good. There are a few trees down but passable. Saturday there were more than 15 cars on SF & several on EF. Floating the river is very popular this year; water level on SF is noticeably lower than last week.” – LI
Tea Pot Weather Station 5175′
South Fork Stream Gauge:

EFSF Road: (June 13) Mail truck driver (Robert) reports the EFSF road is still in good shape.

Johnson Creek Road: Open. (June 13) Mail truck driver reports the county crew is grading and will be nearing the Wapiti Meadow Ranch area by this afternoon. The worst part of the road is from the ranch to Yellow Pine. Watch out for very deep pot holes in the Ice Hole area, lots of pot holes between the dump and the village too.
The elevation at Landmark is 6,630 feet
Johnson Creek Airstrip Webcam:

Lick Creek: Open. Last update (June 11) Had reports that folks are able to make it in over Lick Creek summit. This doesn’t mean the road is “good” tho.
Note: The elevation at Lick Creek Summit is 6,877 feet

Profile Creek Road: Summit still closed. Fresh snow June 10 and 11. Last update (June 6) Matt cut the big cottonwood across Profile road (in report below) – passable with truck and trailer. Snow makes it impassable just above the Red Metals Mine (about 1/2 mile past gate.)
Old report from (June 2) Lois & I came out of Big Creek on June 2, 2018 & can share the following. Except for about 1 mile on both sides of Profile Gap the Big Creek to Yellow Pine road is clear of snow. There is about 3 feet of snow at Profile Gap. There are lots of trees down, but they have all been cut wide enough to pass an ATV, and most will allow a car to pass through. There is a large cottonwood tree down across the Profile Road about one mile from the EFSF Road. This tree has been cut wide enough to pass cars & pickups but might not pass long trucks or vehicles with trailers, because it is on a curve. For folks that prefer to see the conditions visually there is a video at the following link:
Note: The elevation at Profile summit is 7607 feet.
Big Creek Webcam:

Yellow Pine to Stibnite: Open. Old report Friday (May 11) report that it’s rough in some places, some wash boards starting, and still fairly smooth in other places.

Stibnite to Thunder Mountain: Closed. Old report (May 29) Not advised to go beyond Stibnite, snow line is below the Fern Cabin.
Note: The elevation at Monumental Summit is 8590 feet.

Big Creek to Elk Summit to Warrens Road: Closed.
Note: The elevation at Elk Summit is nearly 9000 feet.
(May 21) Warren Wagon Road is open to Secesh and Warren.
(May 23) Secesh Summit (McCall to Warren). Valley County plowed the road open this week.
(May 23) Warren Summit (Warren to the South Fork of the Salmon River) is open with caution as Valley County has not surveyed the roadway for damage yet – travelers may run into road issues.

Deadwood Summit: Open. Report from Deadwood Outfitters (June 5) “Deadwood Summit is open and in good shape.”
Note: The approx elevation at Deadwood Summit is 6,883 feet.