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Spirit Mountain Wilderness

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Location

The Spirit Mountain Wilderness can be accessed from the west via Christmas Tree Pass Road, part of which serves as the southwestern border of the wilderness. From the south, State Highway 163 provides access to the wilderness and is its southern border.

To access the west side of the wilderness area, drive south from Cal-Nev-Ari on Highway 95 for about 2.3 miles to Christmas Tree Pass Road (about 5.0 miles north of Highway 163). There is a small road sign for the turnoff; there is also a fairly large, covered information sign on the east side of the road that you can see in the distance.

To access the south side of the wilderness area, drive east from Highway 95 on Highway 163 for about 12.9 miles to Christmas Tree Pass Road (a few miles west of Laughlin). There is a small road sign for the turnoff. Drive north on Christmas Tree Pass Road, which is the southwest boundary of the wilderness area.




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