We found a lot of petroglyphs just before Fort Piute at N35° 06.747' W114° 58.287'
Don't forget the penny tree which now is guarded by Buzz.
This school bus has been removed.
This portion of the trip starts east of the California/Nevada state line. At first, it’s not well marked and takes some patience to stay on the trail. You’ll take a fun side trip to historic Fort Piute once you reach the boundary to the Mojave National Preserve. At this point, only street-legal vehicles are allowed to proceed. Dispersed camping is allowed along route unless posted otherwise. Pack out everything.
Open all year
Submitted by Matt Peterson
Start of the trail is challenging to navigate. Most of the routes still end up joining the major trail at some point. We found a lot of petroglyphs just before Fort Piute at N35° 06.747′ W114° 58.287′. The school bus at Waypoint 10 has been removed.
Well covered in your guide, however we didn't notice the rough section described at mile 7.5 of the Central portion...See More