South of Kingman. Stockton Hill Road will turn into Hualapai (pronounced: Wall-a-pie) Mt. Road
If you are doing Route 66 through Kingman, this is a great little detour, 15 miles long that takes you from the desert scrub of Kingman to 60' pine trees and 6000' elevation. It is a good road, 2 cattle guards to watch for. You travel from scrub, to pinyon pine and oaks, then up into pine trees. It is a beautiful ride!. There is a County park near the top, BUT...travel another 1/2 mile and you will come to a sign on the right saying: Hualapai Lodge. Turn here (dirt driveway) and there is an AWESOME place to eat!!!!! The lodge is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. In the evening hours, watch for deer and elk!
Road is in good condition, watch for 2 cattle guards. There are 2 curves posted 15 MPH. The curve at the County Park enterance is deceiving....sharper than it looks. If traveling during monsoon season, watch for debris in the roadway. Also watch for deer and elk.
Hualaipai Mt. Lodge is at the top (1/2 mile past the County Park Ranger station).....AWESOME PLACE TO EAT !!!!