This road is one of the more technical roads I know.
It changes ‘style’ often.
There are switchbacks that must be taken in first gear.
And the uphill and downhill sections mostly need to be taken in 2nd or 3rd gears.
The views are mostly restricted by the many trees, but when open -- wow!
The road changes name to Dry Creek Road at the county line.
You can make the turn off on Mt Veeder Road (more twisties and great views), or turn off the main road to stay on Dry Creek Road (again more twisties and great views), or stay the main course to Oakville Grade.
- 'Grumpa Les' (6/12/09)