I will be in Oregon this weekend, but can do the next Saturday.
I studied the map a little bit and learned the following: Private property blocks access from the Open Space on the north side. On the south side, it's about a 2-2.5 mile hike in to the river from Eos Mill Road (this is a FR that branches left off of the put-in road). The topo shows a jeep trail all the way to Crossons (the old mining town on the river) but I know that the road has been closed since the fire. As a result, you have to hike in to the river, cross the bridge, and hike downstream (?) to the tree. Probably a total of 3-4 miles one way, and the jeep trail descends several hundred feet. This would be an all-day project. So, there's the full disclosure. I'm up for it, but just wanted everyone to know it's a trek. The advantage is we can carry a chainsaw and dispatch the tree much faster.
Having said that, I can do any weekend after this coming weekend.
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