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Traveling the Extended Nadeau Trail via Slate Range Crossing

This historic section of Remi Nadeau's Shotgun Road was left out of the National Recreational Trail designation. We discovered amazing panoramic views and a bit of history.

Surprises Abound in Legendary Surprise Canyon

Surprise Canyon was the toughest off-road trail in the Mojave Desert, until a land-use battle closed most of it forever. Join us as we tour the legendary trail by Jeep and by foot.

Wheeling at Death Valley Mine Trail

An overnight camping trip out to Dawson Camp and beyond led to some fun mine exploring in the Mojave National Preserve.

Mining for History in the Mojave Desert's Kessler Peak Trail

Kessler Peak Trail in the Mojave National Preserve offer endless opportunities for exploring the rich mining history of the area.

The Tortoise and the Jeep: Koehn Lake Trail Hunt

Exploring the many complexities of ‘wheeling, wildlife, and the government.

Scenic Sierras: The Bird Spring Pass Trail

The breathtaking views make the adventure worth it.

Surviving The Nadeau Trail

We explore one of California's newest trails and find more than a few surprises along the way.

Trail Riding Inscription Canyon and Rainbow Basin

Lori Carey explores her favorite off-road trail rides in the California desert, Black Mountain and Inscription Canyon.

Rock Hounds: Black Canyon and Scouts Cove

The Black Mountain Rock Art District is known for its estimated 12,000 Native American petroglyphs and pictograms. It’s also a popular spot for rock hounds.

Exploring the El Paso Mountains

The El Paso Mountains in Mojave are full of great scenery and a web of trails with interesting stops to explore. Read on for our off-road trail review.

The Historic Mojave Road: Soda Lake to Marl Springs

A 3-day off-road adventure was the perfect way to spend a So Cal holiday. We travelled in a Jeep JK for this Mojave Road trail review.

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