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My friend and I somehow got ourselves into a little convoy with folks much better prepared than we were. We were in a 4x4 rental escape, only upside was that I didn’t mess up my own car.
This road is insanely dangerous. We were building...More
I took this road and it was the scariest time of my life. I was honestly fearing for my life. I basically accepted death. DO NOT take this road no matter what and rather take the road you came from back to saline valley. The...More
Visited the racetrack in November 2016, and our park map showed 4x4 trail from teapot junction. We drove without any concerns, and decided to leave by going south, and save a hundred miles.
Saw the sign warning of "high clearance 4x4 vehicles only" but my...More
The road starts after the Racetrack (where you can find the moving rocks) and is well indicated. The first part is easy, if you drive a Wrangler. Unfortunately, I was driving a Pathfinder and I had some problems in passing a couple of difficult points....More
This road is very hard to negotiate except by 4 x 4. Bring pick axe, shovel, some boards for ramps, lots of water, spare tires, and survival gear. This road leads from Race Track Playa to the other side of Death Valley near 395.
We went down this road on Feb, 2015
On full size 4x4 trucks, need high clearance and yes, in some areas the road is eroded but we were able to make it by hugging the hill a little. One scary part is a flat slick...More
Can't believe people actually think this is a good short cut to the Race Track. It's an extremely difficult jeep trail only for an experienced driver in a high clearance vehicle. Trail can change and become impassable after a good rain, enter at ones own...More
My husband planned a trip to see the sailing rocks and did some research prior to our trip..not one mention of this road.....gps is not the best out there in this area. We followed a map and ended up...going up lippincott road...going up there was...More