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Bitter Springs Trail

NV
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Buffington Pockets: Classic Colored Sandstone Towered Canyon

I'm putting the review on the back-country byway page but it really should have a page of it's own... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Zoom_Gotti
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Henderson, Nevada
Bitter Springs Trail - Backcountry at its finest

I have been on this road twice now and I love it. The scenery is beautiful and you feel like... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2008
JeepManiac
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Henderson, NV
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A 28-mile journey through the Muddy Mountains.
  • Excellent33%
  • Very good67%
  • Average0%
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4 weeks ago
“Buffington Pockets: Classic Colored Sandstone Towered Canyon”
12 Feb 2008
“Bitter Springs Trail - Backcountry at its finest”
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I'm putting the review on the back-country byway page but it really should have a page of it's own. This is part of the Lake Mead complex but is managed by the BLM. Easy to get to with a high clearance vehicle, a bit bumpy...More

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Reviewed 12 February 2008

I have been on this road twice now and I love it. The scenery is beautiful and you feel like you're truly in the wilderness. I have read other websites that say that the first (west) portion, up to the quarry, is suitable for passenger...More

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Las Vegas, NV
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Reviewed 18 February 2003

Bitter Springs is a great place to visit. Just go early. We drove my 4WD Isuzu Rodeo Sport (pretty high clearance) but still managed to scrape those skid plates up pretty good. The first part of the trail before heading through the first wash is...More

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