Our Top 5 Favorite 4×4 areas and trails at The Hammers: #5 Fissure Mountain: One of the easiest and oldest of the Hammers trails, Fissure Mountain is named after a giant fissure that ripped across the valley in the 1992 Lander’s earthquake. The Fissure Mountain Trails is about 4 miles long and has a few
We took a Jeep CJ, a Jeep Cherokee XJ, a couple of Jeep Wrangler TJ’s and even a couple of 4-door Jeep JK’s to Calico’s Wall Street trail and Doran trail. We started toward Calico from Ft. Irwin Rd, and took it directly to the Wall Street trailhead. After going through the Wallstreet “Key Hole”
After doing some trails in Kingman and Oatman, Arizona we’ve put together a list of our 7 favorite trails. These 4×4 trails range from easy to difficult. Shown in the video: #7 – Devil’s Dip Parallel Trail Not too far from Interstate 40, the Devil’s Dip Parallel trail in an easy trail with beautiful views
Quick video near Afton Canyon. We check out Spooky Cave, aka Spooky Canyon, and then we do a little drive out to the mysterious Mojave Megaphone – the giant metal structure in the middle of the desert that looks like a huge megaphone on top of a mountain. This video includes directions and GPS coordinates
Some video of the Rocks And Wheels 4×4 club running the Serendipity Jeep trail near Kingman Arizona. Serendipity is a difficult trail in the Hualapai Mountains that most people would rate at a 3.5 or 4 on a scale of 1-5 in difficulty. It is most often recommend that your Jeep have at least 33″
In this short video we take you to see the Sunset Mine, also known as “The Flag Building”, then over to the Golden Egg Mine. Both mines are just outside of the Joshua Tree National Park boundaries and require a 4-wheel drive vehicle. We show you exactly how to get there, how hard it is
A short video from the scenic “Devil’s Dip” 4×4 trail, also known as “Devil’s Dip Parallel” in the Hualapai Mountains in the Kingman Arizona area.
Jeeps off roading up and through Moss Wash in the Hualapai Mountains near Kingman Arizona on the way up to the Gold King Mansion (aka Hualapai Mansion aka Moss Mansion).
Technically it’s a Naval Station, and not a Navy “Base”. Built in the 1940’s, used for atomic bomb-shape testing as part of the Manhattan Project and abandoned since the 1990’s the Salton Sea Navy Base is an incredible place to explore. We show you some of the interesting spots including The Pier, the “Power Station”,
A video walk-through of the Joshua Tree “Car Wash”. The Car wash is hidden several miles from Pinto Basin Road in Joshua Tree National Park and is accessible only by foot Nobody knows how the cars got there or why they were left in the wash making it an even more incredible find in the