Lake Hill Road (Big Four Mine) is a very exciting desert drive in the Death Valley National Park, in USA. Due to frequent flooding in the area, road conditions often vary throughout the park. The first five miles of this trail are composed of easily passable washboard roads, but the last mile is far more challenging, calling for the capabilities of a high- clearance 4×4 vehicle.
The road is 6 miles long. Do not travel this road in severe weather conditions. This trail passes through remote areas, so you need to be prepared. The road runs north of Highway 190, along the east bank of Panamint Dry Lake. Provides access for hikers to Panamint Dunes. For the most up-to-date information on road conditions, visit Death Valley’s website at nps.gov/deva. It’s one of the challenging Backcountry roads in the Death Valley National Park.