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This trail begins near the Hole-in-the-Wall Picnic Area and descends, via a series of iron rings in the canyon walls, 200 feet into Banshee Canyon.

This short route begins at the Hole-in-the-Wall Picnic Area and descends through Banshee Canyon. The route is made up of a series of climbs on iron rings drilled into the canyon walls. Visitors can climb down into Banshee Canyon then join the Hole-in-the-Wall/Mid Hills Trail at its mouth. The descent leads through some unusual volcanic features and is navigable by most individuals. After descending into the canyon hikers will wander through it for a short distance to join the Hole-in-the-Wall Trail.

Directions: From Fenner, Travel westward on Interstate 40 7.4 miles to Essex Road. Turn right and drive almost 10 miles to Black Canyon Road. Turn right (north) and drive approximately 9.5 miles to a sign for the Desert Information Center. Drive past the information center to the picnic area where you will see signs directing you to the trailhead.

Elevation: 4,400 feet

Ending Elevation: 4,260 feet

Usage: Moderate

Difficulty: Moderate

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Mojave National Preserve, California

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