Beaver Dam Mountains Wilderness
This 19,600-acre wilderness includes alluvial plains
and the rugged mountains north of I-15 in extreme northwestern
Arizona and part of adjacent Utah. Desert bighorn sheep, desert
tortoises, raptors, the endangered woundfin minnow, Joshua
trees, and several rare plant species live here. There are no
trails, but you can hike cross-country through the beautiful
Joshua tree forest and explore canyons.
Unpaved BLM Road 1005, 10 miles long, follows a corridor through
the wilderness, providing easy access. The east end begins at
I-15 Cedar Pocket Exit 18, opposite the Virgin River Recreation
Area, 20 miles southwest of St. George.
The west end (unsigned)
turns off between Mileposts 14 and 15 of Hwy. 91, 5.5 miles
north of I-15 Beaver Dam Exit 8.
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