Rice Valley Wilderness

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Sand dunes within the Rice Valley Wilderness.

The Rice Valley Wilderness is a wilderness area near Blythe and Rice in the Mojave Desert region of California, managed by the Bureau of Land Management.[1]

The 41,777-acre wilderness includes portions of the Big Maria Mountains, along with a stretch of sand dunes that is part of one of the state's largest dune systems.[1] Congress designated the area as part of the 1994 California Desert Protection Act.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b Rice Valley Wilderness, Bureau of Land Management
  2. ^ Rice Valley Wilderness, Wilderness.net

Coordinates: 33°56′54″N 114°44′41″W / 33.94833°N 114.74472°W / 33.94833; -114.74472


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