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0.0
243 ft.
Start of Bradshaw Trail, California
Junction of United States Highway #78 and state Route #78, off Community of Ripley, California and Palo Verde, California, in Riverside County in rural California. This is where The Bradshaw Trail stretches from.
3.1
5.0
358 ft.
A Trail
A Trail, Gravel Pit Road, Mesa Drive
9.3
15.0
659 ft.
Mule Mountains
Bradshaw Trail passes through the Mule Mountains (located west of the Colorado River and Palo Verde Valley).
10.8
17.3
587 ft.
Wiley's Well Road
Wiley's Well Road. This road connects with Interstate Highway #10 to the north and goes to Wiley's Well, a natural artesian well which supplied water over the area in earlier years. Today, the water is not suitable for drinking. Chuckawalla Valley State Prison is located here off I-10.
20.8
33.4
1043 ft.
Trail
A Junction of trails.
24.2
39.0
1234 ft.
The Butterfield Trail
The Butterfield Trail runs on to Hauser Geode Beds, Skyline Drive
29.5
47.4
1663 ft.
Junction
Junction of Niland Road, Graham Pass Road, Chuckwalla Springs Road, A Trail leads to Slab City, which was once a Marine Baracks Camp., where most of the residents migrate to cooler areas during summer and return in winter. A few reside here all year round. Nearby is Niland, California.
38.0
61.1
2320 ft.
A Trail
A Trail into Chuckwalla Valley Desert area
40.6
65.4
2487 ft.
Chuckwalla Mountains Wilderness Area
Northeast of highway. Access is from US I-10. Fishing, non-commercial trapping, hunting, camping (up to 14 days) permitted.
50.7
81.6
2024 ft.
Gas Line Road
North to Red Cloud Mine Road, which connects to Interstate Highway #10.
57.7
92.9
1480 ft.
Bradshaw Road
North to Red Cloud Mind Road, which ends at US Interstate Highway 10.
60.2
96.8
1266 ft.
Red Canyon Jeep Trail
North to a junction with Pinto Road. Access to Orocopia Mountains Wilderness Area. Camping up to 14 days is permitted. Also hunting, non-commercial trapping, and fishing.
69.2
111.4
79 ft.
End of Bradshaw Trail
End of Bradshaw Trail. This Trail ends at the Junction of Cochelia Canal Road, in the Chocolate Mountain foothill area.