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Titanothere Canyon

    Difficulty: moderately strenuous

    Type of hike:
    no trail; walk gravel wash and cross-country.

    Distance:
    4.5 miles to Lostman Spring; 12 miles to Scotty’s Castle Road.

    Elevation loss:
    1700 down to spring; 4700 feet down to road

    Water: maybe, at Lostman Spring

    Start:
    11 miles from start of Titus Canyon Road (do not block road)

    Vehicle needed: High-clearance

    Maps:
    Thimble Peak 7.5 minute topo

    Comments:
    With a 2-car shuttle you can hike all the way through to Scotty’s Castle Road, but a more practical way is to hike to Lostman Spring and return to your car. No camping within 2 miles of the road or 100 yards from springs.
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