23-May-2016 -- I usually find that satellite imagery helps me with my visits to a Degree Confluence Point. This time, however, satellite imagery deceived me, because it appeared to show a mellow dirt road - named “Foster Flat-Harney Lake Road” - passing just 80 m from the point. Surely this point would be easy, despite not having been visited in almost 15 years?
The truth is that although there is a dirt road that passes just 80 m from the point, this road is far from mellow. In reality, it is a very rough 4WD doubletrack that is in places difficult to follow. Furthermore, it wasn’t obvious how to access the road from “Jack Mountain Road” (a more established - though still non-trivial - dirt road). My detailed “Oregon Road and Recreation Atlas” showed three possible access points. By trial and error, I found that the best (if not only) access point was at 42.97203°N 118.94834°W.
Nonetheless, the point is quite scenic. It overlooks a small stream, with a small rocky bluff to the southwest.