Hualapai Mountains

1 Review
Location Kingman, AZ
Rating Easy,
Length 34mi
Time 6hrs

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Rough, scenic road winds along high ridges.

Road winds along series of high ridges with great views on a clear day. Route climbs above 7,000 feet and is cool in summer compared to desert runs at lower elevations. Visit the interesting, historic Boriana Mine complex. Many, many side roads to explore. Great for ATVs, UTVs and dirt bikes.


Trail Ratings Defined

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.






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There are some steep, off-camber areas a lot of fallen rock from some of the cliffs. The trail is now considered Moderate rating due to terrain changes.


Submitted by Gary J.
While the trail is easy for the most part, once you reach Wabuyama trail head headed towards Borianna mines the road becomes more difficult. There are several locations where rock slides have occurred and some sharp turns over rough areas. While it is or can still be rated easy caution should be taken while in this area, it may take more time than what is stated in book. Also, there are multiple trails (7101 A-U) that branch off of the main trail (7101) that can be explored, caution is advised as some of these trails are ATV and not very wide.


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Grumbles says

This trail is a long and bumpy ride but we thoroughly enjoyed it! We started at the Hualapai Mountain Resort and exited on I-40 in Yucca. The trip took us three hours from the resort to the big mine and another hour from the mine to I-40. Total time after exploring the mine area was about five hours. I would allow for at least another hour if you plan to do the trail in the opposite direction, because it's almost all uphill and some of it is pretty steep and loose. I put in a suggestion to up the trail rating to moderate because the trail has gotten pretty rough in places with some off-camber climbs and descents, and some fallen rocks. I have a Jeep JK with a 2 inch lift and 33's and had no problems at all.
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