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Big Maggie May Trail - Carefree, Arizona
Technical Rating: 1-4
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 5.13 Miles
Duration: about 3 hours
Status: Open

Big Maggie May Trail

Carefree, Arizona

The Big Maggie May Off-Road Trail is a very easy, short 4wd route worth a couple of hours of exploration to see historic mines and frontier cabin remains. The offroad trail makes an excellent short side trip for anyone following the Cave Creek to Sheep Bridge 4x4 Trail or exploring the Table Mesa Area. The Y shaped trail first takes you to an old mine tunnel extending a short distance into the mountain before reaching a flooded section. Continuing back to the fork in the road and heading the other direction will take you to the remains of an old mining cabin. The cabin previously had walls incorporating living trees but recent Cave Creek Complex fire has destroyed most of this old cabin, although it still makes a very pleasant place to camp and explore.

Badger Valley Loop Nevada - Alamo, Nevada
Technical Rating: 1-3
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 26.1 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Open

Badger Valley Loop Nevada

Alamo, Nevada

The Badger Valley is a high desert valley located between Badger Mountain to the west, and the East Pahroc Mountain Range to the east.

The many beautiful panoramic vistas of valleys, deserts, and mountains is astounding. There are also ample opportunities to view wildlife, including deer, bighorn sheep, and wild horses. Due to the abundance of wildlife, it is a popular area for hunters. The Badger Valley Loop is a short and easy trail for one interested in nature photography.

The north part of the offroad trail is bordered on the northwest by a section of the Basin & Range National Monument called The Shooting Gallery. This area is an excellent place to discover ancient Native American petroglyphs, some of which are 3000 years old.

Between Alamo and Rachel NV is the site of the Devonian Alamo Bolide Impact when, 367 million years ago, one or more meteors slammed into the earth. Unfortunately, the exact location of the impact zone has been obscured by time. For those interested in geology, there are still many signs of this event still visible such as impact breccia, distorted limestones and high levels of iridium.

The area around Badger Valley is bordered on the south by the Desert National Wildlife Refuge and on the south and east by the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge. North is the Basin & Range National Monument. West of Badger Mountain is the Nellis Air Force Testing range where the nuclear testing was done in the 1950s until the surface ban in the early 1960s.

Pumpkin Patch Trail - Ocotillo Wells SVRA - Borrego Springs, California
Technical Rating: 1-3
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 3.5 Miles
Duration: about 1 hour
Status: Open

Pumpkin Patch Trail - Ocotillo Wells SVRA

Borrego Springs, California

Overlapping San Diego and Imperial Counties nestled between Anza Borrego Desert State Park and the Salton Sea is the Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area; an 85,000-acre playground for off-road enthusiasts. Some of the popular attractions in the park are Pumpkin Patch, Tectonic Gorge, Truckhaven, the 4x4 Training Area, Badlands, Shell Reef, Devil's Slide, and Blowsand Hill among many others.

Pumpkin Patch is an iconic geological site and a must-see while visiting Anza Borrego or Ocotillo Wells. Wind erosion has blown away the land's surface to reveal the unique pumpkin shaped concretions millions of years in the making.

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