Exploring the Adventurous Side of the Antelope Valley

The Antelope Valley is a wild desert oasis with fascinating wildlife, ancient artifacts, landscape,  and aerospace history. It is the location where Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier and where the Air Force has its flight test center. For decades, people have been traveling to the Antelope Valley to seek adventure and see if they had the right stuff.

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Amboy Crater

Amboy Crater is located off Route 66 in the middle of the Mojave desert in one of the youngest volcanic fields in the United States. The crater is 250 feet high and 1,500 feet in diameter. The hike from the trailhead to the craters is approximately a 3-mile round trip. The trailhead offers parking, picnic tables, restroom facilities, and an overlook for viewing the crater.

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Eagle Rock

Eagle Rock is a fun destination for any van or RV nomad who wants a quick day hike to see a unique rock formation. The Eagle Rock Trail is a 6.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Warner Springs that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is accessible year-round, dog-friendly, and located on a small section of the Pacific Crest Trail.

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