Cedar Canyon Road Drive

Cima, California 92323

Cedar Canyon Road Drive

Cedar Canyon Road Drive Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This east-west road, designated a National Back Country Byway back when the BLM managed the desert here (it’s now managed by the National Park Service), goes through the geographic center of the Mojave Desert. The road either follows or parallels much of the old Mojave Road. It includes stops at a historic stone cabin and Rock Spring, a water source in prehistoric and historic times where you can see fine petroglyphs."

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Trail Information

Cima
Nearby City
19.2
Distance
Shuttle
Trail Type
Easy
Difficulty
30 minutes
Duration
Best fall through spring; check local conditions
Season
Mojave National Preserve
Local Contacts
ACSC San Bernardino, National Geographic/Trails Illustrated’s Mojave National Preserve, CRRA
Local Maps

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