Diamond Creek Road

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Location Kingman, AZ
Rating Easy,
Length 20.5mi
Time 3hrs

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Overview

Fee road through Indian reservation descends to Colorado River.

Wide dirt road descends gradually to the Colorado River bordering the western end of Grand Canyon National Park. Scenic, but not overpowering like the main canyon. Road is owned and maintained by the Hualapai Indian Reservation and a permit is required ($26.75/adult in 2011). Obtain permit at Hualapai Lodge across street from start of trail. NO GAS IN PEACH SPRINGS. Closest gas station we found was 7 miles west of town on Route 66.

Rating

Easy
Trail Ratings Defined

Road is mix of dirt and gravel. Well packed and smooth most of the way. Last couple miles, as you approach river, can be rutted and washed out after a heavy rain storm. These conditions may require four-wheel drive.

Stats

Length

20.5mi

Time

3hrs

High Point

3,571ft

Best Time To Go

March-Oct

Current Conditions

(928) 769-2230The Hualapai Lodge

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