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Chemehuevi Mountains Wilderness, CA

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Chemehuevi Mountains Wilderness
Chemehuevi Mountains Wilderness

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Chemehuevi Mountains Wilderness

The Chemehuevi Mountains Wilderness now contains a total of 85,840 acres and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. All of the Wilderness is in the state of California. In 1994 the Chemehuevi Mountains...[more]

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Chemehuevi Mountains Wilderness lies 10 miles southeast of Needles, California along US Highway 95, in San Bernardino County. The twelve mile long Trampas Wash cuts its way through the mountains and provides the easiest hiking access into the interior of the wilderness and the Colorado River from the west side. Maps of the area can be obtained from the Bureau of Land Management Field Offices in Needles, California or Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

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