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Grand Wash Cliffs Wilderness

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Grand Wash Cliffs Wilderness is located in extreme northwestern Arizona approximately 30 miles, as the crow flies, south of Beaver Dam, Arizona. Access can be made via Bunkerville, Nevada by driving south on the Gold Butte Road which skirts west of the Virgin Mountains. Alternate access in higher terrain (may be impassable in winter and in wet weather) can be attained by driving south from St. George, Utah onto the Arizona Strip. The Arizona Strip Visitor Map provides regional information on routes, land status, and recreation opportunities. It can be purchased at the St. George Interagency Office at 345 East Riverside Drive, St. George, Utah, telephone (435) 688-3200.

Access to the trailheads through the Grand Wash Cliffs Wilderness can be made on the northeast or southern sides of the wilderness.

All visitor services and facilities are located in nearby communities (St. George, Utah and Mesquite, Nevada) No accommodations are made for disabled visitors in the wilderness and the hiking trail is not hardened.

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