Crossman Peak

Lake Havasu City Arizona Off-Road Trails

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This route crosses remote desert around the south and east sides of Crossman Peak. It does not go to the top of the peak. Drivers should be self-reliant and prepared for emergencies. Do not drive alone, especially in the heat of summer. Most of this trail is easy but there is one hilly section that is fairly challenging. The road is narrow in places and brush rubs against your vehicle. A couple of rocky sections require careful tire placement. One steep descent on a narrow shelf road may be intimidating to a novice driver. High ground clearance and skid plates are required. Route-finding is complex and confusing at times. Be careful when exploring mines. Some have exposed vertical shafts hundreds of feet deep. ATVs and dirt bikes need to be especially careful.
Guide to Arizona Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails

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Guide to Arizona Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails

by Charles A. Wells (FunTreks)

This route crosses remote desert around the south and east sides of Crossman Peak. It does not go to the top of the peak. Drivers should be self-reliant and prepared for emergencies. Do not drive alone, especially in the heat of summer. Most of this trail is easy but there is one hilly section that is fairly challenging. The road is narrow in places and brush rubs against your vehicle. A couple of rocky sections require careful tire placement. One steep descent on a narrow shelf road may be intimidating to a novice driver. High ground clearance and skid plates are required. Route-finding is complex and confusing at times. Be careful when exploring mines. Some have exposed vertical shafts hundreds of feet deep. ATVs and dirt bikes need to be especially careful.

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Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Lake Havasu City
Distance: 36
Trail Type: Shuttle
Difficulty: Moderate for 4WD (ATV Options Available)
Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Local Contacts: Bureau of Land Management
Local Maps: Arizona Atlas and Gazetteer; USGS Needles, Parker
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