You can look up the Bitter Springs Country Byway. Same exit off the interstae and you go to dirt road a couple of miles in on the right. Air down and prep. The trail is not really well marked in the beginning and it s beutiful ride. The first part features an old mine and some great rock formations. There is even a damn they used to hold water back in the day. The middle is desert scrub and some think a little boring. A few hill climbs along the way. The last 8-10 miles is dry wash. Running loose gravel and sand. Some great play hilss and you exit on the Echo bay area of Lake Mead National Park. Northshore drive go north a little to get to echo bay. About a 4 hour ride. Or you can go to Valley of Fire there is a lot of looking and some good walking. You can spend a whole day in there no problem.
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