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THREE FAULT

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MARICOPA, AZ

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HWY 60 INGRESS through Monarch Wash — 2x4 or 4x4

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3/17/2019
KEVIN HOAGLAND
Step 1 of 7

From Wickenburg – Southeast on Hwy 60. The safest way is to travel to the Rest Area and make a U-turn heading back to Wickenburg and turn right onto W Pepperwood Cir immediately after crossing over Monarch Wash.
From PHX – Travel Northwest on Hwy 60 and turn right onto Pepperwood Cir immediately after crossing over Monarch Wash.
33°55'5.58" - 112°40'36.02"


 

GPS Correction for THREE FAULT — 4x4

10 0
3/23/2020
KEVIN HOAGLAND
Step 1 of 1

In the recent GPAA Claim Update publication the GPS coordinates for the THREE FAULT claim were published from the master incorrectly. The printed coordinates are for a Montana GPAA claim. Below are the correct GPSS for all corners. Ingress and center of claim above are correct.





NW 33 57 10.32" -112°37'44.39"
NE 33 57 10.34" -112 37 28.73"
SE 33°56'57.44" 112°37'28.78"
SW 33 56 57.42" -112 37 44.32"




 

Three Faults via Monarch Wash — 4x4

7 0
3/17/2019
John Watkins
Step 1 of 5

About 1/2 mi west of the US 60 rest area east of Wickenburg you will find Monarch Wash.


 

Three faults — 2x4 or 4x4

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6/23/2019
Tad Hamilton
Step 1 of 1

turn on Pepperwood Cir on right you will find a low gate enter there go over wash take road it will head into Monarch wash for about 1.50 miles turn right onto 9224 to the claim


 

Three Fault — 4x4

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1/11/2021
GEROLD PERSONETT
Step 1 of 1

The directions posted to get to the claim are good and I didn't have any problems getting there. I drive a Ford Ranger 4X4, I made it all the way in 2X4 but when I left the wash and got on the road to the claim there are a couple of steep areas so I put it in 4X4 to keep things simple. Some of the ruts in the wash were starting to get deep so a higher clearance vehicle would work best. I was able to drive on the road that cuts through the center East/West part of the claim without any problems.