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Titus Canyon Road Trip

Titus Canyon Narrows

Titus Canyon is one of Death Valley’s most distinctive canyons with a dirt road that passes through some beautiful desert mountain scenery, an extremely narrow canyon and is part of some unscrupulous Death Valley history. It is also one of the most popular off-road adventures in the Park.

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2N33 Pilot Rock Road, Riding High Over Silverwood Lake

2N33, Pilot Rock Road

2N33, Pilot Rock Road

Where the Mojave Desert meets the San Bernardino Mountains, there are a number of unknown back roads where you can enjoy the transition from the desert vegetation to the mountain shrubbery.

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Calico Mountains Road Trip

Touring the Calicos

Touring the Calicos

The Calico Mountains near Barstow offer a treasure trove of hiking and opportunities for exploring back roads, along with unusual geologic formations and classic California mining history. Best known for the Calico Ghost Town, not many people are aware of what lies behind the famous ghost town.

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Back Road from Apple Valley to Big Bear

Coxey Road near Big Pine Campground

Coxey Road near Big Pine Campground

Are you looking for a classic back road adventure in Southern California?  There are several in the San Bernardino Mountains near Big Bear Lake but one road trip in particular stands out because of its Joshua-to-Pine tree scenery.

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Forgotten Path of Route 66 in the Cajon Pass

Road cut dug in 1860s

Road cut dug in 1860s

There is a forgotten road that passes through California’s Cajon Pass that was originally a wagon toll road built in 1861 and, later, was used by many people that also traveled early Route 66. Today, there are no signs pointing out this historic road or its connection to the Mother Road, but you’ll see evidence of where it once existed.

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Pumpkin Patch – Anza-Borrego

The Pumpkin Patch

The Pumpkin Patch

Located just east of the Anza-Borrego State Park boundary is a unique geologic phenomenon known as the Pumpkin Patch. Here, you’ll find a patch of land, roughly the size of an average city block, covered with spherically-shaped rocks that are all the size of an average pumpkin.

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