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If You Like Old Gold Mines and 4X

There is a good 4x drive road called Rodriquez Canyon that starts at the foot of Banner Grade. It... read more

Reviewed 11 December 2012
Grubstake
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San Diego, California
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Located in the southwest corner of Anza Borrego State park, this is an uncrowded mountain to hike, with plenty of abandoned mine shafts and desert to explore. Danger: beware of bats in the mine shafts.
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11 Dec 2012
“If You Like Old Gold Mines and 4X”
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Borrego Springs, CA
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Reviewed 11 December 2012

There is a good 4x drive road called Rodriquez Canyon that starts at the foot of Banner Grade. It passes several abandoned gold mines. The Chariot Canyon mine is the best preserved as it was last active in the 1950's. It is hard going to...More

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