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Historic Roads & Trails - Mojave National Preserve

Mojave Road



The Mojave Road is a historic 140-mile trail across the Mojave Desert, originating from Native American footpaths and later used by Spanish explorers, American settlers, and the military. It was vital for trade, exploration, and westward expansion in the 18th and 19th centuries. Key landmarks include Fort Mojave, Camp Cady, Marl Springs, Soda Lake, and Afton Canyon. Today, it is a popular route for off-road enthusiasts, hikers, and history buffs. The Mojave Road showcases the desert's rugged beauty and rich history.


History of Eastern Mojave & the Mojave Road

Rudolph D'Heureuse Mojave Road in 1863

Across America - Prescott to Los Angeles

Indian Trail

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