Goler Gulch is the off highway starting point.
Depart Norco Chevron/McDonald's, I-15/6th St at 07:00
Breakfast/top off fuel in Kramer Junction
Visit Randsburgh, a living Ghost Town just off Hwy 395
Take Goler Gulch through sand washes, dirt roads to Holland Camp. Visit miner cabin's along the way.
Camp near Holland Camp
Head over to Burro Schmidt's tunnel, Bickel Camp, Post Office, Red Rock Canyon, and exit via Last Chance Canyon. Numerous cabins and mines along the way.
See Golar Gulch via the "Runs" tab for maps/gpx data.
Rendezvous @ 6th Street Chevron in Norco
Meet at Chevron on 6th St/I-15 in Norco at 6:45. Caravan from the Chevron station in Norco, head north on Route 395 to Kramer Junction for breakfast at the Roadhouse and last gas. Roughly 33 miles north of Kramer Junction, you turn left onto Garlock Road, a two-lane paved road, which is itself named for a ghost town. Another 3.8 miles brings us to the turn-off for Goler Gulch, which begins as a graded dirt road. The road is hard to spot from the highway, but there are a couple of signs that are slightly set back from the highway. One of them says "Goler Heights." Stay on the dirt road and avoid the private community that appears on the driver's left side. A short distance past the trailer park, the road descends into Goler Gulch. At this point, we're about a mile off the highway and the trail becomes very sandy.