Mojave National Preserve

Mojave National Preserve

Forests/Natural Areas in Mojave

Amboy Crater on Old Route 66

This 250-foot-high crater is approximately 6,000 years old and one of the best examples in the Mojave Desert of a volcanic cinder cone. A footpath leads to the top of the cone where you can get a good view of the surrounding area. The hike to the Crater and ...

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Granite Mountains

The Granite Mountains is a small mountain range in San Bernardino County, California, USA, located at the edge of the Mojave Desert. The range stretches from Granite Pass to Budweiser Wash. Some of the more striking rock formations in the Mojave National Preserve lie in the Granite Mountains. These ...

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Mojave Wilderness

Mojave Wilderness: An Enduring Legacy In 1994, with the passage of the California Desert Protection Act, Congress designated 695,200 acres of Mojave National Preserve?nearly half of all preserve lands?as wilderness. In Mojave Wilderness, natural processes are unrestrained, giving rise to the rich biodiversity so critical to the health of the ...

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