First time posting, only been offroading for a few months so go easy on me for my stupid decisions (they are plentiful), as well my information is based totally on what I have seen and I could be wrong on anything. Also Im hoping I put this in the right section.Anyways, has anyone got up to the top of Mount DeCosmos? I'll attach an image of a map so this explanation makes sense. I did a bit of research and I found that it is relatively undocumented online, but Google maps claimed it was possible (blue line) so I assumed it would be an easy ride in. No challenge at all at least until the power lines, then after that it would probably be relatively easy all the way up. But at the yellow circle there was an impassable river, it looked like there was a bridge at some point, but it had collapsed and/or demolished. Next we attempted the red line, but took a wrong turn, got stuck in the mud, and had to back down about half a kilometre of trail that we shouldnt have gone up and that were barely wide enough to fit through. So we didn't even get 100m up that trail (it was pretty tight), then we headed home as the rain was only getting worse and it was getting dark. I havent tried the green route yet, but that may or may not work, I cant see any trails that will get any closer than a kilometre (which is close, but I'm stubborn). The purple route has an impassable gate and the rest is dug up.
By the way, I have a non-lifted full size, and although I am used to taking a brute force approach to tight trails, as well as pinstripes, there are limits to where I can get through. The area was pretty neat, we did a few little trails on the way to the mountain and I got a few cool pictures, I'll be heading back this weekend and making another attempt. I have a few friends coming out from a much flatter part of the world and I thought this would be a fun adventure for them, but I have to actually figure out how to get up myself first.
I think thats enough words to start a productive conversation about something, thanks for any insight anyone can give.