Vermont Copper Mine OffRoad Trail YouTube
Copper mine adventure. Thanks to Vermont Overland for the class 4 road maps. Rig Nissan Xterra
Grand Gulch Mine NPS.gov Homepage U.S. National Park Service
The main road continues to two large dump trucks photo above and several ruins. This is a good place to park. You are free to explore the site but remember to leave historic items for others to discover. Collecting is not allowed. Extreme 4x4 Roads in the Grand Gulch Mine Area BLM1012 heads south from BLM1002 past two other breccia pipe
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This Abandoned Copper Mine In Alaska Is Nothing You 39ve Seen
The first shipment of copper left the mine and was an estimated 250000.00 worth of the mineral. It was ready to go just 11 days after the railroad was finished In its heyday Kennecott had 300 people working at the mill in town.
Copper Range Campground Wisconsin DNR
Highway 2 on County Highway H then west on Park Road. This campground is popular with anglers in the spring and fall and lo ed conveniently near favorite fishing holes and canoe routes. At Copper Range Campground you will find drinking water from a hand pump near campsite 41. The campground also has a wheelchair accessible
Coppermines Trail to Kittatinny Ridge New YorkNew Jersey
The road is only one lane wide for about half a mile and a traffic light has been installed to regulate the twoway traffic. Continue for 7.5 miles to the Copper Mine Parking Area on the left side of the road the parking area is 0.5 mile beyond milepost 7 on Old Mine Road . Park here and walk across the road to the trailhead.
Keweenaw National Historical Park Wikipedia
The Delaware Copper Mine is lo ed off U.S. Highway 41 US 41 12 miles 19 km south of Copper Harbor Michigan. The Delaware Copper Mine provides tours of one of the oldest copper mines in the Keweenaw dating back to 1846. The mine had five shafts with the deepest reaching 1400 feet 430 m .
Coppermines OffRoad Park 4x4 Trail Info
From Altus OK: Go south on US 283 Main Street about 11.0 miles from its intersection with US 62. Turn right west on E1750 Road Elmer Road and go about 10.3 miles. The park should be right there.