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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Rogue National
Wild and Scenic River

Shuttle Routes

Last updated: 11/18/14

Galice to Foster Bar

  • Highway 199 and 101 ARE RECOMMENDED for travel trailers, motor homes, semi-trailer trucks, oversized vehicles and ALL WINTER TRAVEL. Winter travel is November through May.
  • Routes number one through three, described below, are NOT RECOMMENDED for trailers, motor homes, semi-trailer trucks, oversized vehicles and ALL WINTER TRAVEL. Winter travel is November through May.
  • Shuttle Map and Driving Instructions (PDF)

Route 1 - Bear Camp Coastal Route with Galice Access Road

  • Current information: CLOSED
  • Use period: Normally open to two-wheel drive vehicles from June through October. Closed November 5 - May 31 by locked gates to route traffic around the Galice Access Slide area for the winter.
  • Distance: 44 miles, one-way, Galice to Foster Bar - Estimated driving time: 2 hours, one-way.
  • Description and hazards: Paved one and two-lane narrow, winding, mountain roads. Most sections are one-lane with blind curves and turnouts. Not recommended for travel trailers, motor homes, semi-trailer trucks, oversized vehicles and winter travel. Always look ahead, as slides, rocks, other vehicles and logging trucks may be encountered. There are no gas stations or services along these routes so be prepared with a full tank of gas and plenty of water. There is a gas station and mini-market at Cougar Lane, about 8 miles southwest (toward the coast) from Foster Bar.

Route 2 - Bear Camp Coastal Route with Peavine/Serpentine Springs Road

  • Current information: Unknown, can CLOSE any day now by snow
  • Use period: Normally open to two-wheel drive vehicles from June through October. Usually closed November through May by snow accumulation and landslides.
  • Distance: Distance: 49 miles, one-way, Galice to Foster Bar - Estimated driving time: 2 hours, one-way.
  • Description and hazards: Paved one and two-lane narrow, winding, mountain roads. Most sections are one-lane with blind curves and turnouts. Not recommended for travel trailers, motor homes, semi-trailer trucks, oversized vehicles and winter travel. Always look ahead, as slides, rocks, other vehicles and logging trucks may be encountered. There are no gas stations or services along these routes so be prepared with a full tank of gas and plenty of water. There is a gas station and mini-market at Cougar Lane, about 8 miles southwest (toward the coast) from Foster Bar.

Route 3 - Eden Valley/North Route

  • Current information: Unknown, can CLOSE any day now by snow
  • Use period: Usually open to two-wheel drive vehicles from June to September. Usually closed November through May due to snow and slides.
  • Distance: 75 miles, one-way, Galice to Foster Bar - Estimated driving time: 2½ - 3 hours, one-way.
  • Description and hazards: One and two-lane narrow, winding, mountain roads; some sections are paved and some are gravel. Most sections are one-lane with blind curves and turnouts. Not recommended for travel trailers, motor homes, semi-trailer trucks, oversized vehicles and winter travel. Always look ahead, as slides, rocks, other vehicles and logging trucks may be encountered. There are no gas stations or services along these routes so be prepared with a full tank of gas and plenty of water. There is a gas station and mini-market at Cougar Lane, about 8 miles southwest (toward the coast) from Foster Bar.

Route 4 - Oregon Hwy 199 and US Hwy 101/Winter Route

  • Current information: OPEN
  • Use period: Normally used year-round. Winter closures occur occasionally due to landslides, especially in the winter months.
  • Distance: 193 miles, one-way, Galice to Foster Bar - Estimated driving time: 4 hours, one-way.
  • Description and hazards: Two-lane, all-weather, paved state highway. Section between Gold Beach and Agness is subject to slides during the winter. Gas, food, and lodging are available along this route. This is the best route for travel trailers, motor homes, semi-trailer trucks, oversized vehicles and winter travel.