Begining at Andy Devine Avenue, Historic Route 66, Hualapai Mountain Road is a 16 mile long paved road that climbs from Kingman, Arizona to the crest of the rugged Hualapai Mountains.

The Hualapai Mountains remain green all year long. They are covered in pine trees, namely Pinion Pine. Above 5,500 feet (1,700 m) the Ponderosa Pine grows more readily. Most pine trees are found on the North facing slopes, as that is the cooler side of the hill. The habitat is mainly forest, and has many natural springs.

Bear, Elk, Mule Deer, Mountain Lion, Javelina, and many other animals can be found here. Mountain Lion and Bear have been drawn to civilized areas like Pinion Pines and Atherton Acres due to the large deer population.

As you head up the road you will almost immediately cross over the BNSF tracks and if you enjoy train photography there are some vantage points. It is also a good place to take some scenic photos.
Looking west at the railroad tracks
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