Dig for Amethyst Scepter Crystals

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You’ll be collecting a very unique type of Amethyst crystal, a scepter crystal.

This location has been written about in rock & mineral magazine and there are multiple YouTube videos showing ordinary rockhounds collecting small, medium, and large scepter crystals.

You’ll spend most of your time in the mine looking for pockets of crystals and new seams to explore.  Be prepared to work for your crystals but the reward is well worth it.

Once again, this is an excellent location for dedicated crystal collectors and rockhounds but you’ll need to schedule your dig with the local owner.

Keep reading below to learn more about what to bring, clothing types, contact details, and driving directions.

Amethyst Scepter Crystals

Amethyst crystals range in shades from lavender, rose, and lilac to deep, rich grape colors. It most commonly forms in clusters or in geodes but you won’t be digging for clusters or geodes.

Amethyst scepters are naturally formed crystals in which a new thicker crystal has grown on an old crystal.

At Hallelujah Junction, you’ll be collecting scepter crystals which are a unique and quite beautiful variety of Quartz formations and defy the typical formations of Quartz completely!

quartz crystal scepter

Tools and Tips

A rockhound will want to pack a variety of tools for this trip. They should have snacks and drinks in case they get thirsty or hungry. Don’t forget about the weather and make sure to dress appropriately.


Must-Have Tools and Accessories 

  • Sunscreen
  • 2 buckets
  • Small plastic containers
  • Hat or sombrero
  • Small garden tools
  • Gloves
  • Pry bar
  • Kneeling pad
  • Long pants
  • Long sleeve (depends on weather)
  • Boots
  • Towels for drying off
  • Fresh clothes (you’re going to sweat)

Make sure you’re a good steward of the property.  Please pick up any trash and leave the location better than when you found it.

Most importantly, have fun collecting, and feel free to email us about your trip.

twin amethyst scepter

Driving directions


Check out Ryan Anderson’s Instagram page and message there for upcoming paid digs.


Type or copy the GPS coordinates below into your Google or Apple Maps.

GPS Coordinates


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