Dog-friendly Mid Hills to Hole-in-the-Wall Trail

Mid Hills to Hole-in-the-Wall Trail

, California
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Trailheads: Entrance to Mid Hills Campground, and about 1 mile west of Black Canyon Road on the south end of Wild Horse Canyon Road.

Hike 8 miles, one-way, through a maze of washes decorated with barrel and cholla cacti, then through the Hackberry Fire burned area. Total elevation gain is 1,200 feet. Watch carefully for trail route markers.

From Mid Hills, the trail descends 1,200 feet to Hole-in-the-Wall through a maze of washes decorated with barrel and cholla cacti. 

Nearing Hole-in-the-Wall, the white deposits of the Opalite Cliffs sparkle in the sunlight.

Caution: Dirt roads and cattle trails criss-cross the route. Pay attention, watch for signs, and follow along on the the map. Trail crosses a grazing allotment, so you may see cattle along the way.

Dogs are welcome on this trail but must be on leash. Please clean up after your dog.

Help us keep this trail beautiful and dog-friendly:
• Always follow the posted rules as they may have changed
• If in off-leash area, keep your dog under voice command
• Respect and protect wildlife and habitats
• Pack in and pack out, leaving only paw prints

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