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Death Valley Road Conditions

Post by Jim_b » Thu Sep 04, 2014 12:31 pm

Current Road conditions are as followed:
Big Pine Road is now open. You can now drive from Ubehebe Crater Road to Big Pine, CA through Eureka Valley!

Harry Wade Road............. Caution advised due to flood damage. Four-wheel drive recommended.

Keane Wonder Road ........ CLOSED. Road and mining area closed to entry due to mine safety hazards.

Trona-Wildrose Road........ Caution advised due to unpaved section.

Racetrack Road................ Four-wheel-drive and high clearance recommended. Caution advised due to remote location.

West Side Rd.................... Caution advised due to flood damage. Four-wheel drive recommended.

Wildrose Road .................. CLOSED to through traffic from Wildrose to Panamint Valley Road.

For more park road information visit: www.nps.gov/deva . (TS)

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Re: Death Valley Road Conditions

Post by Jim_b » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:42 am

Titus Canyon....High-clearance 4x4 required; deeply rutted with washouts due to flood damage. Titus Canyon will be closed for repair starting February 2nd. The road is scheduled to reopen by February 10th.

South Pass....4x4 high clearance due to deep mud.

Hunter Mtn Rd. ...Winter driving conditions; 4x4 high-clearance recommended due to snow & mud; carry chains.

Trona-Wildrose Rd.... Caution advised due to unpaved section.

Lower Wildrose Rd.... CLOSED to through traffic from Wildrose to Panamint Valley Road.

Travel safely, and don't forget to share your Death Valley backcountry reports with us.

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Re: Death Valley Road Conditions Titus canyon

Post by Jim_b » Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:30 pm

Titus Canyon Rd. has reopened. High clearance is still recommended.

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