Wheeler Wagon Trail East

Total Miles
2.6

Elevation

548.67 ft

Duration

0.75 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Fall

Trail Overview

This trail runs between the AZPT Havasu to Oatman Bypass Easy and the AZPT Segment Lake Havasu to Kingman Trail. A wooden sign can be spotted along the route, labeling it Wheeler Wagon. No specific history could be found about the trail, but there is quite a bit of mining and railroad history in the area, so this could be a historic wagon trail. This is generally a nice twisty dirt trail. It has many bumpy rocks just far enough apart to make the going a little slower. Small boulders are in the trail to drive over or navigate around. A section of the trail runs along a ridgeline with a wash and canyon below. The trail is far enough away from the edge. The views of the mountains from this trail are beautiful. They can be seen in all directions. No dispersed campsites are noted along the trail itself. A spur trail off the east end goes to some nice dispersed campsites. 5G cell service is along the trail. This area can also get extremely hot in the summer months. Bring extra water and supplies if traveling during the summer.

Photos of Wheeler Wagon Trail East

Wheeler Wagon Trail East
Wheeler Wagon Trail East
Wheeler Wagon Trail East

Difficulty

The trail is narrow and only one vehicle wide, with few official places to pass. Small boulders are in the trail to drive over or navigate around.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

From Bullhead City, take the 95 to Silver Creek Road until it turns into the AZPT Bullhead to Oatman Spur trail. Pick up Wheeler Wagon Trail East on the right-hand side of the trail.

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