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Recorded on iPhone 8 with Gaia GPS for iOS

Loon beam actual

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2,217 ft
Distance
11 min
Moving Time
30:50 min/mi
Pace
  • 12 min
    Total Time
  • 1 min
    Stopped Time
  • 2.2 mph
    Moving Speed
  • 1.9 mph
    Avg Speed
  • 159 ft
    Ascent
  • 0 ft
    Descent
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Waypoints

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After bushwhacking most of the way in to find the Pouroff, we stumbled across the jeep road that this segment actually is. This is a very short and easy (one way) hike along a jeep road that ends at neat primitive campsite.

This campsite overlooks Loonbeam Pouroff, which is a huge bluff overlooking the Buffalo River valley. There is also a small waterfall just before the campsite, and is from the creek that then drains over Loonbeam.

If you are a google maps user, the parking location (and trail head) will easily be found. However, be SURE that you get routed via RAND ROAD which is off Push Mountain Road. Rand Road is a dirt road that is bumpy in places but generally in decent shape. The alternate route to this location requires a very decent 4WD vehicle otherwise. Additionally, a 4WD vehicle would easily be able to drive all the way along this jeep road and park up at the primitive campsite I've mentioned.