Reviewed By: A customer from SF, CA USA on 7/1/09
Definitely useful, but Sections 4 & 5 were better in my opinion. I went southbound, so take that into account. A few key areas that need to be improved: 1)The hill south of Klamath had a sign at the summit that read ~1400 ft (and the hill felt bigger than the Crescent City triplet), so the elevation profile appears incorrect. This is important because you better be prepared if you skip camping in Klamath and go to Elk Prairie. 2)The location of Leggett should be farther North on the elevation profile...Leggett hill is long, and Leggett is at the base of it. Other than that, its a beautiful ride. Watch out for debris on the 101's shoulder.
ACA R&M: Regarding #1) the hill on the elevation profile south of Klamath - the Routes and Mapping staff has checked the elevations mentioned and we think anonymous was on the wrong road. His comment makes sense if he was using US 101 on map 29 instead of using the Newton B. Drury Parkway from milepoint 0 to milepoint 9.5.