This trail starts in a wide sandy wash but quickly transitions into a series of rocky obstacles as it winds up the valley. During the ascent, you will find both solid and loose rock climbs, small boulder fields, a pinch point that makes full-size trucks feel like you're driving a school bus, and a shelf road through a scree field demanding a driver's full attention. You are rewarded with beautiful views of the Colorado River and Lake Mohave for making it to the top. Precise tire placement is critical to maintain traction on climbs and avoid cutting a sidewall on the shockingly sharp rocks. Having a spare tire or being proficient with your patch kit is HIGHLY recommended in this terrain.
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