With the trailhead at Route 66, SV6524 (also called Bryman Road) passes east through the rugged Silver Mountains, past the Marter-White Mica Mine and an unnamed gold mine whose rocky mine waste was used to surface the surrounding trails. This difficult trail includes shelf roads and very steep grades, eventually reaching the eastern side of the Silver Mountain range. This is a straight-through trail that provides connections to other trails that surround these mountains.
While in the mountains, one can find many suitable flat dispersed campsites when meeting the BLM Camping Guidelines.
SV6524 is a rough trail with uneven, loose, rocky surfaces, ledge roads with uncomfortable off-camber stretches, and inclines and descents approaching a steep 30 degrees. This trail should only be attempted with a partner vehicle and by experienced offroad drivers. A high clearance, four-wheel drive vehicle with four-low and all-terrain tires should be used to navigate this trail safely.
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