Added new trail construction and divided existing trail system into individual trails which resulted in eight newly named trails. Mileages were recalculated where appropriate. New trails include Camp Beale Lower Loop, Camp Beale Loop Divider, and CFRA Interpretive Trail. The Monolith Gardens Trails now consists of six distinct trails: Monolith Gardens, Metwell Spur, Powerline Connector, Igneous Connector, Baby Bottle Connector, and Johnimal's Junction. An additional scenic trail was added on south end of Monolith Gardens Trail. Bench locations and structure outlines were added as points of reference in the map.
This map depicts an overview of the Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area (CFRA) in the Bureau of Land Management's Kingman Field Office in Arizona. The 11,300 acre Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area is a popular recreation area located just to the west of Kingman, Arizona. The area includes an extensive trail system that is open to hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders and trail runners. At several locations along the trails, visitors can enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding valleys and mountains. This area is particularly known for its geologic features, which include jumbled masses of giant granite boulders and several prominent white quartz rock outcroppings.
Vendor: Bureau of Land Management - Arizona
Activities: Hiking, Cycling, Horseback Riding
Size: 27.8 MB
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