Some of you would know this already, but the gate to FS 62 has been locked by Weyerhaeuser due to their own logging activity and moronic behavior by the visiting public. Nonetheless, it's still ok to go up there non-motorized and the hike in is pleasant and not far. What I didn't expect to find is that the usual parking spot and the trail in have been obliterated with the reinstallation of the old road by the No Name cliff. Not only that, the logging road continues past an then turns up the hill behind the cliff. The somewhat confusing forest above and behind the cliff (that makes for access to the top to work lines) is totally gone! Not that I have a big problem with that. It's just a bit of a shock to walk through such a dramatically changed landscape.
Anyway, if you go up there, you can waste a lot of time looking for a way through the (nasty!!) brush to get from the new road to the cliff. If you walk along the road to a point more or less perpendicular to the block of the farthest left short climbs (the ones that no one ever does) you should easily see the old trail leading through the brush from the road. As of today, there are black corrugated culverts right in front of the trail opening.
On a final note, I can understand why open access to the area was shut down. Someone had been living/camping at the base of No Name, probably until the bulldozers showed up. I hauled out a bunch of the usual crap: tarp, tent, rat chewn bag, and dragged them down to a pullout away from No Name, for someone else (Weyerhaeuser?) to deal with. Other climbers took away more trash. Once I got back down to my car, parked about 30 yds from the highway, I found that the the local meth-head morons had smashed out 3 of my car windows to get into the trunk to make off with: a bag of extra food (like a nice warm pb&j), a bag of shopping bags, and an open gym bag with a towel and trunks. Thanks morons!! Is it any wonder that that road is shut down with that kind of low-life quotient crawling around the area?? The climbing's still good, but beware of the rats!