This route twists northeast through narrow, geologically interesting Canyon Sin Nombre, then follows the historic Butterfield Stage Route northwest through a series of wide sandy washes. Approximately 1.6 miles from the end, the route passes just south of a mesquite-shaded watering hole called “Palm Spring,” once used as a relay station on the Butterfield Stage Route. The area is now a popular camping spot. Street-legal vehicles only on this trail.
Very Hot in Summer
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