This trail is a navigation challenge with few tire tracks through dense growth, but there are BLM trail signs indicating the route. The navigation challenge is that the BLM markers are widely spaced, and the tall overgrowth often hides them.
The desert terrain here is flat but with tall, dense growth and rocky washes, but still does provide a few cleared sites suitable for camping when meeting the BLM Camping Guidelines and being sure to be on BLM land.
Campfires may be restricted during high fire danger, and if planning to camp, one should review the current BLM Campfire Restrictions.
EM4663 is an overland trail with a risk of wrong turns where it can feel like you are breaking the trail. The tight brush causes significant stripping. The trail best suits an experienced driver using a high clearance four-wheel drive vehicle.
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