Hualapai Mountains

You can see forever on a clear day from this high ridge trail.

Total Miles
33.4
Plan with onX Offroad

Elevation
2153.13

Duration
6

Technical Rating
5/10

Best Time
Spring/Summer/Fall

Trail Overview

The road meanders along ridges and climbs to over 7,000 feet. There are enough side roads here to spend an entire afternoon adventuring. Low desert runs can be extremely hot during the summer, so this trail is a nice break with cooler temperatures. Visit the historic Boriana Mine complex for an interesting side trip.

Difficulty

Easy: We've rated this trail easy based on the fact that we were able to drive it in our stock Grand Cherokee after a snowfall in early November. The road is narrow and rocky in places with switchbacks that may intimidate novice drivers. High clearance and four-wheel drive required.

History

The Boriana Mine was the largest tungsten mine in Arizona, but closed in 1957 after a major fire.

Access Description

Take Stockton Hill Road, Exit 52, south from Interstate 40 about 14 miles. Stockton Hill Road changes to Hualapai Mountain Road. Continue south past mile marker 12 and turn right on Flag Mine Road. You can also reach Stockton Hill Road from Exits 48 and 53 via Andy Devine Blvd.

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