The eastern end of RM 30 skirts the border of the Grass Valley Wilderness before continuing across the desert floor, ending at a complex of abandoned cattle pens. Along the way, there are no fewer than 20 other crossing trails to explore. The road is flat and hard-packed, only requiring a two-wheel drive vehicle.
The BLM signage is confusing, with different designations used dependent on the BLM subregion. The signage on the northern end of the road is consistently RM 30 for the BLM Red Mountain subregion, which is used for this map.
Numerous suitable dispersed campsites exist along the way.
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