Besides the region is rather remote, so with the end of the paved highway you are faced with the isolated place. The trailheads can be accessible simply to a two-wheel drive (2WD) car when it’s a dry weather. You’ll be recommended to use a four-wheel drive vehicle (4WD) when the roads are dirty. You have to avoid driving the unpaved places when the weather is wet and the road turns into a slippery avenue of mud as the clay becomes rather impassable when it’s wet. Try to wait a day for the road to dry out.

The roads can be damaged by following rainfalls, flash floods from long heavy rains.

While visiting these places you have to be prepared to the mud, sand, rocks, heavy rains and different unexpected changes of weather conditions. While organizing such a trip you must possess jumper cables, enough food, good clothing, fuel for the stove, matches. Also don’t forget to take the shovel with you in order to save yourself of digging out in the case of becoming stuck.

While driving 4WD vehicle don’t forget maintaining your speed and movement. In the case you’ve become stuck in the sand you have to start from digging a certain path ahead of the tires deflating the tires to 10 to 15 psi.

The peculiarities of this journey can be found in your self-consciousness and your abilities to organize the safety of this trip.