There are 3 pages that I found online talking about this house built under a rock way out in the middle of the wilderness.
All three said they would never disclose where it is due to vandals.
I have a hard time thinking vandals are going to go hundreds of miles out of their way, buy a jeep or ATV, spend hundreds of dollars in fuel simply to grafitti a house where no one will ever see their "work."
I also have a great distaste for the "i discovered it, look at my photos, but no, you can't go there after me"
In the spirit of freedom, open information, and sharing nature with other Jeepers (part of the jeep way of life)
I have located the sight and listed two sets of coordinates below. the first one is the site, and the second is essentially your trail head.
beware, I have only researched upon other's photos. I have not been there, do not know the risks involved, land use rights, and trail difficulty. if you plan on making this trip, be safe, be informed, always be armed, and always go in at least pairs.
Coordinates of Last identified road (NFD 200) terminal point on Google Maps:
these two points are about 1 mile apart. on the attached snapshot, the site marker is on the left and the trail head is on the right.
I don't want this post taken down because someone got mad I used their photo, so if you want to see photos of the house under a rock, google: Roy Ladd bass camp
click on the first hit and you'll see some photos.
lets share landmarks, not hide them away believing others are inferior or will always destroy something, that is not the jeep way of life.
Albert Andrew Bass, Anna Bass, cabin under the rock, house under the rock, mina nevada, roy ladd, gold uranium silver lead mine, 1930's, boulder