SV6265, also called Victorville Quarry Road, is a maintained road to support the working quarries in the area before transforming into a narrow mountain trail into the Silver Mountains. The high desert landscape is stunning and is greatly enhanced by the endless views from the mountaintops. This straight-through trail connects to several other paths that once accessed the area's many mines.
With no existing campsites visible from the trail, a few flat locations provide good dispersed campsites with views when meeting the BLM Camping Guidelines.
SV6265 is a rocky trail with steep climbs and descents with significant off-camber leaning into the valley below. A high clearance four-wheel drive vehicle with good all-terrain tires and an experienced driver should attempt this trail.
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