Three Corners

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3/5 (2 reviews)
Mesquite, Nevada (Clark County)
Last Updated: 02/09/2022
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Have you ever wanted to stand in three states at once? Well, pack up your 4x4 and head out into the Arizona desert to plant your feet at the state line junction for Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. In November 2016, an updated marker was installed, way out in the desert to signify their meeting point. This long 4x4 trail will take you right to the point where you'll find a decorative placard and flags from all three states. While there are a couple of ways to get to the monument, this route is the straightest way there, and it offers a couple of mild challenges for stock 4x4's. The trail travels up a large mesa above the town of Mesquite, where you'll have beautiful panoramas of the town and surrounding mountains. The trail accesses numerous other trails that can be combined for a truly enjoyable all-day adventure in the desert.

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3/5 (2)
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Rated 2/5
Visited: 02/07/2020

This is a very rugged trail that is full of washboards and steep climbs/descents. It is easier to get to 3-Corners from Beaver Dam, AZ. An alternate way is from the Mesquite landfill.
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Rated 4/5
Visited: 01/26/2020

We used this trail to access the Three Corners Monument from Mesquite. There are other easier ways to the monument but compared to the other tails, we enjoyed the incredible views of this route a little more. In the future we would probably run this one in reverse after running Mormon Well Road then Sandy Bank to the tri-state monument. There are a ton of trails in the area to explore and get lost on. Be sure to know your way around, there is very little signage so have all the gpx tracks loaded. We made a video of our adventures we had in the Mesquite area. It's truly a great place to use as base camp for weeks of four wheeling in the region.

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