Bureau of Land Management, Arizona.
The Monolith Garden Trail is an easy to moderate trail open to hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders and trail runners and is not universally-accessible. This 8.5 mile series of loop trails is part of the Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area trail system. The route meanders through Mohave Desert vegetation and interesting volcanic rock formations.
No water and little shade are available along the route. Monolith Garden Trail connects with the Camp Beale Loop Trail (managed by the City of Kingman).
Download a free georeferenced map of the recreation area in the BLM Avenza Map Store.
Coyote Pass Trailhead: Follow I-40W to US-93 N/W Beale St. in Kingman. Take exit 48 north from I-40W. Continue on US-93 for 5.9 miles, use the Agua Fria Drive crossover to proceed back south on US-93 toward Kingman. Continue on US-93 for 4.1 miles. Using the turn lane, turn right into the Coyote Pass Trailhead parking area.
Metwell Trailhead: Follow I-40W to US-93 N/W Beale St. in Kingman. Take exit 48 north from I-40W. Turn left on Metwell Drive and quickly veer right, continue 0.3 miles. Turn right at the Monolith Gardens trailhead sign.
Camp Beale Loop Trailhead: Follow I-40W to US-93 N/W Beale St. in Kingman. Take exit 48 north from I-40W. Turn right on Fort Beale Dr, continue for 1.3 miles and turn left up the steep paved hill for 0.3 miles, parking is on the right.