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Hollow Hills >> Map #42

Hollow Hills Wilderness

SIZE: 22,240 acres

LOCATION: San Bernardino County ; 4 miles north of Baker, California

Hollow Hills Wilderness photo

NATURAL RESOURCES: A gentle bajada interlaced with washes slopes to the west toward Silver†Dry Lake. To the east, low rolling hills lead to the Turquoise Mountains, a gentle range with smooth ridges and rounded peaks. Elevations range from 300 feet on the west to a central summit of 3,122 feet. The Hollow Hills Wilderness contains plains, hills and alluvial fans typical of the California desert. Desert tortoise and Mojave fringe-toed lizard have been seen here. Creosote, desert holly and scale scrub plant communities prevail throughout this area.

GLOSSARY > alluvial fan, bajada, dry lake, wash


map of Hollow Hills Wilderness

Access this wilderness from:
State Highway 127.

Subsection 322Ai:
Silurian Valley - Devilís Playground

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