4Lo to Nowhere

Total Miles
3.2

Elevation

1,566.09 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

5

Moderate

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This trail starts wide an bush-lined and gives tons of amazing views along its way. But use caution, as the further North you go, the gnarlier it gets. Steep, long, loose-rock climbs and wash crossings with large rocks and debris in them are only a few of the obstacles you'll encounter along this trail. Heavy erosion has left deep cuts across the road, and large rocks in their wake. Paint damage is guaranteed as the bushes and trees close in on you leaving no clean place to turn around along this trail, other than the odd cutout. There is a set of ruins, presumably from an old mining camp, near its terminus, and this is the best place to turn around and head back out, after a little exploring. After the ruins, there is a shelf-road-type section that will leave you dodging rocks and leaning uncomfortably away from the hillside. The trail culminates at private property after an erosion-straddling expedition riddled with large rocks and debris.

Difficulty

This is an uneven, rutted dirt trail with loose rocks, sand, erosion, and washes. Potential water crossings up to 18" deep, mud holes, and obstacles up to 2 feet, including ledges and short, steep grades.

Technical Rating

5

Status Reports

Vincent Roque
Sep 08, 2023
4x4
Open
Normal
Dusty
Michael Lomeli
Aug 19, 2023
4x4
Open
Rough/Deteriorated

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