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Hard Wages Access — 4x4

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Allen Comstock
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Forest Road 462 exits Hwy 410 on the east side of the bridge over Morse Creek. It is not marked! The road is partially washed out. I was able to access the claim in summer of 2016 with a 2x4, but I don't guarantee access now. The claim markers are missing from the road and their is an encroaching claim whose signs are actually on the Hard Wages Claim. At the end of the road there is a real nice camping area with a fire pit and easy access to the creek. Black sand is found throughout the entire area, sometimes just in a layer on the hillside. Watch for wild animals.


To get there — 2x4 or 4x4

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Matt Harris
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There is no sign signifying Morse creek. Your looking for the bear Gulch road. Just head up that road through the woods. The road climbs up to the right for a ways then it breaks left and flattens out. There will be a spur to the right about a 1/4 mile past that it opens up and starts branching. That is the claim. Bear gulch turn off is between union creek and the long grade heading up to the pass summit. Pretty much the only road in that area.


Hard Wages Claim - Morse Creek — 4x4

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Stephen Kirschman
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Access is right off us WA 410. The road leading to the claim, in my opinion is very rugged. We traveled the route on motorcycles, we made it to the claim but would recommend a four wheeler beater that you don't care about scratches and dings. The campsite is less than two miles off of 410.