California Points of Interest

A-7 Pass


The A 7 Pass is a scenic drive located in the Salton Sea watershed of California. The pass runs through the Santa Rosa Mountains and provides stunning views of the Salton Sea and surrounding desert landscape. The drive is approximately 15 miles long and takes about an hour to complete. Along the way, visitors can stop at several lookout points to take in the breathtaking views.

One of the main reasons to visit the A 7 Pass is for the panoramic views of the Salton Sea and surrounding desert landscape. The area is also known for its unique geological formations, including volcanic rock formations and colorful sedimentary layers. Visitors to the area may also spot a variety of wildlife, including bighorn sheep, coyotes, and various species of birds. The A 7 Pass is a popular destination for hiking, photography, and sightseeing, and is a must-visit for anyone traveling through the Salton Sea watershed. Get driving directions.
A-7 PASS

Points of Interest
Location
210 Border Monument
A-7 Pass
A-7 Valley
Aerial Tramway Upper Terminal Mountain Station
Brawley Slide Hill #3
Buttercup Valley
Cahuilla Tewanet Scenic Overlook
Cahuilla Tewanet Vista Point
China Wall Hill #5
Coachella Valley Vista Point
Comp Hill
Competition Hill #1
Dogleg
Dunes Vista LTVA
Filers Hole
Glamis Beach Store
Grays Well
Indian Canyons
Kenney's
Li'l Buttercup
Lizard Hill #4
Mesquite Mine
Mex. Buttercup
Monkey Paw
Oldsmobile Hill #2
Osborne Overlook
Patton Valley
Plane
Plank Road
Swingles
Tahquitz Canyon Visitor Center
Test Hill
The Ceiling Hill #7
The Wall Hill #6
Tube 1
Tube 2
Tumco Historic Site
Wash 10
Wash 12
Wash 14
Wash 16
Wash 18
Wash 2
Wash 20
Wash 4
Wash 6
Wash 8
Watchable Wildlife Site
Wilderness

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Midway  OHV Numerous 195 ft
Dunebuggy Flats OHV Numerous 158 ft
Grays Well OHV Numerous 163 ft
Ogilby Rd Dispersed Numerous 359 ft
Buttercup OHV Numerous 162 ft