Guacamole is a straight-through rock-crawling trail just west of Means Dry Lake. This short but fun trail offers obstacles, waterfalls, and plenty of rocks to challenge even the most hardcore group. The main obstacle of the trail is on the southwest end, a boulder waterfall roughly 5 feet tall with a v-notch that can often destroy rocker panels and sometimes cause body damage. The trail is often combined with Resolution to create a longer route. Guacamole is an excellent trail for people looking to get their feet wet on the Johnson Valley Trails but want to avoid getting in over their heads. This trail is best suited for modified vehicles with larger tires, skid plate protection, and locking differentials.
Although this trail does not host any suitable camping options, the northeastern trailhead offers plenty of open areas for people to hang out, camp, and watch the entertainment.
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