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Rings Loop Trail Start, Mojave National Preserve
California

Start of the Rings Loop Trail at the Mojave National Preserve. The trail starts south east of the parking lot at the Hole in the Wall information center and is approximately 1.5 miles.

At the 1/3 mile mark, there are some Petroglyphs on a large boulder. At this point the trail turns to the West, followed by heading slightly to the North arriving at the mouth of Banshee canyon and Hole in the Wall.

The very last section of Banshee canyon consists of climbing out using metal rings that are secured to the wall which the trail is named for.

Copyright: Calvin jones
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Caricate: 03/01/2012
Aggiornato: 10/07/2014
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Tags: trail; mojave; national preserve; california
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