Following the Fremont Wash, KH6142 eventually reaches Highway 395. This major wash collects water from miles around. Because of this, large sections of the trail are washed away, but bypasses detour around the undrivable sections.
Much of KH6142 is over soft, deep sand and follows narrow water-carved trenches, and expect pin stripping from the bushes reaching over its edge. This trail requires a high clearance four-wheel drive vehicle with all-terrain tires.
The trail passes through a checkerboard of public and private land, and when on public land, there are many flat areas suitable for dispersed camping when meeting the BLM Camping Guidelines.
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