They were in town busy stocking up on popcorn, beer, comfortable lawn chairs and starting a lottery on how far it would get.There is ample signage along CR-2 out of Silverton letting people know what they're in for. And how did NOBODY see this guy going up there and stop him?
Seriously?Engineer Pass is known as one of the most difficult and steep backcountry roads in the area, reaching a peak elevation of 12,800 feet, which requires a four-wheel drive and high-clearance vehicle.”
I saw an older Cadillac Eldorado up at the look out back in the early 80's. Not sure how he got there, didnt really care. I have also seen Subarus up there 4 or 5 times.
Which makes a 1996 Subaru or any Subaru for that matter the ULTIMATE Overland Vehicle as they can go ANYWHERE, ANYTIME with LITTLE IF ANY Off-Road Driving Experience and you can Sleep in the back!There's a joke around here that no matter how bada$$ your rig, no matter how tough the trail, there'll be a clapped out 1996 Subaru Outback on stock tires and suspension at the top.
Monday night morning hey? That's some good editing.The truck was still stranded near Engineer Pass as of Monday night morning according to Barger