Dutch Flat Road

Lake Havasu City, Arizona (Mohave County)

Last Updated: 11/14/2020
3.5 / 5 ( 4 reviews )
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Highlight: Dutch Flat Road
This trail is located on BLM land just over the mountains to the east of Lake Havasu City, Arizona. You will see several distinct, unique mountain peaks poking up from the horizon while on this trail, Castaneda Peak at 2651' McCracken Peak at 3524', and Aubrey Peak at 2569' elevation. To the south is the Aubrey Peak Wilderness Area which is part of the Rawhide Mountains, to the east is the McCracken Mountains and the home of the historic McCracken silver mine. The views of the mountains and numerous peaks are great! This is a very pretty drive and provides access to several other major trails as well as intersects with the Arizona Peace Trail (AZPT) and Standard Wash just south of Lake Havasu City. This is a nice trail for pretty much anyone to get out and enjoy and also allows access to many other trails and old mines that that are scattered along the south side of the Mohave Mountains.


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1. Trailhead Dutch Flat Road (0 mi)
Much of Dutch Flat Road now lies within the private property to the north of here, this road used to connect with National Old Trails Road, the original Ocean to Ocean Highway just to the south of I40. There are still quite a few miles to run south from here. The trailhead is just south of this gate.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Kingman

Head west on I-40 to exit 20, Santa Fe Ranch Road. Turn left/ south from the off-ramp and continue southeast for 6.2 miles to Butch Cassidy Road and turn right/ south. Continue south 13.8 miles to Red Barrel Drive and turn left/ east. Continue one-half mile east to a well-traveled wash crossing the road. Turn right/ south and continue south 0.3 miles to the trailhead.



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Cory W

Mapping Crew - Arizona and Montana

Cory grew up traveling the logging roads outside Durango, CO with his dad for his woodcutting business and fell in love with everything about the outdoors. He's moved around a lot since then, from several rural areas of Southern California to Montana, Wyoming to Arizona, even living on a commercial gold mine in Nevada in for several years. In all these areas he has explored several thousand miles of old dirt roads and trails, as well as many old mines and ghost towns. Located in the Mohave Desert of AZ in the winter and the Madison River Valley of MT in the summer.
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