Riding south from Kingman we took Hualapai Mountain Road, which was our favorite section of Peace Trail. It had a pretty healthy coating of snow and ice, especially on the north side of the hills, but thankfully our knobs were able to bite in just enough to climb the mountains and take in some of the most excellent views. We were told that the road had been recently graded to assist in fighting fires in the area, so during warmer times it should be easy to traverse. Once down the other side we continued on the Peace Trail spur east labeled AZPT05 M2 Yucca to Wikieup. This section has a long challenging hill climb and descent with lots of boulders and off camber riding. It really would have been challenging had we not already been riding aggressively almost everyday for 1.5 months. Fortunately we were able to flow through it slowly but without any crashes and the scenery as well as the challenge made it a super gratifying section to ride. Down the other side we booked it to Wikieup, got gas, then retraced our steps and headed south to Alamo Lake. We took AZPT06 E3 to get to the lake, and we found the trail to be mostly reasonable but slightly boring until the deep sand wash just before the lake. We bailed out of the wash, took the last bit of rocky road down to the lake, and found a campsite along the water.