Tusher Road, an easy C-shaped connector, starts and ends along Tusher Canyon. The trail's southern half is a small section of the 3D Jeep Safari Route and passes trail D2482. The trail has long, soft sandy sections with small softball-sized rocks peppered randomly throughout. The only obstacle along the trail is a short, jagged rock ledge with multiple lines, including a smooth drive over two tabletop-sized sandstone slabs.
The trail is suitable for any high clearance vehicle.
There is no camping along this trail. Camping in this area is limited to designated dispersed spots only. Several designated sites are located along Cotton Mine Road.
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