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This route leads four miles round trip to the summit of Cima Dome, Teutonia Peak, 5,755 feet. It passes through a Joshua tree forest en route.

The trail to the summit of Teutonia Peak leads over Cima Dome through a vegetation-covered desert landscape, which includes a Joshua tree forest. It begins along the Cima Road in the northwest portion of the preserve. The route leads four miles to the summit of Cima Dome, which is Teutonia Peak. The first portion of this trail is level, it then steepens as you reach a saddle below the summit. The climb ends in a boulder scramble to the peak. The summit elevation is 5,755 feet.

Directions: From Baker, Drive northward on Inter state 15 26.2 miles to the exit for Cima Road. Turn right (east) and drive 11.5 miles to the trailhead, which lies on the right side of the road.

Elevation: 5,015 feet

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

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Mojave National Preserve, California

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