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Backcountry RoadsRoute #1
Hole-in-the-WallThis road traverses east up a gravel wash. After passing through the 400' deep ...
Echo CanyonThe road tends to have deep gravel and is quite rocky 3 miles from the highway. ...
Chloride CityOne of the earliest sites of mining in Death Valley ...
Titus CanyonThis popular road is ONE-WAY from east to west. ...
Phinney CanyonFrom the pass there are views of the Grapevine Mountains ...
The RacetrackA dry lakebed famous for its “moving rocks." ...
Hunter Mountain and Hidden ValleyFrom Teakettle Junction the road becomes rougher. ...
Saline ValleyOne of the most remote locations in California, ...
Cottonwood and Marble CanyonsThe road drops into the wash and becomes rocky and rough. ...
Tucki Mine RoadAfter following along the base of the mountains ...
Trail CanyonThis road leads to a spring ...
Hanaupah CanyonIt climbs the huge alluvial fan before ...
Johnson CanyonBeyond the end of the road a 2 mile hike leads up the canyon to ...
Butte Valley via Warm Springs CanyonThis road follows Warm Springs Canyon past ...
Greenwater ValleyThis road follows the length of this ...
West Side Road
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