Fall Mountain is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 1.811m (5,941ft) above the sea level, located in Grant County, in eastern Oregon, in USA. The road to the summit is well graveled in most areas and should be usable with most vehicles.
The road to the summit, located within the Malheur National Forest, is gravel. It’s called Forest Road 607. The road is usually impassable from October to June (weather permitting). The road is very rutted and becomes very muddy during spring, early summer and fall. The summit can be reached by a passenger car. However, in inclement weather, four-wheel drive is a must. Higher clearance vehicles are recommended. At the summit there’s a rental lookout tower onstructed in 1933, which provides 360-degree views of the surrounding Strawberry Mountain Wildness, as well as the towns of Seneca and Mt. Vernon.
Pic: Nathaniel Pramuk