As you would expect, this ride can get extremely hot during the summer. Plan your ride accordingly. There are a few trails here, but nothing that is too confusing so you shouldn't get lost. It is wide open so you can often see where the trails go. The trails are rocky in places and sandy in others. You may even see some wild Mustangs roaming around.
How to get there:
In Las Vegas, take I-15 to Blue Diamond Road. Go West on Blue Diamond towards the town of Blue Diamond. About 6 miles past town, look for a gravel road on the left side. About a half mile past is a pile of rocks on the side of the road where you can park.