i like to trip going from night to day or day to night some of my favorite times. an night full or tromping through ghost town to sunrise and realize in cemetery newest graves 1820's . Pricless!!
That sounds like a fascinating setting. Possibly a bit freaky, depending. I tripped/camped in some old cliff dwellings in Arizona a couple of times, which was very cool. I like unusual or freaky settings (which is not the same as "dangerous!"). I try to determine what I may be dealing with by scouting a setting before I dose in it, mostly looking for any tracks or sign of anyone else being there recently.
There seems to be certain kinds of settings that induce certain kinds of experiences that are hard to come by otherwise (e.g. a sense of Deep Time, cosmic-scale distances, of being on another world, an inspiring vision of a post-industrial Earth, lost floating in outer space, etc.).
Exploring a ghost town is one such setting, and tripping in the middle of some sand dunes is another (highly recommended!). And to know what it's like to be lost in space for real you can try what worked for me (entirely by accident): Go to a Pink Floyd laser show on mushrooms after smoking some award-winning buds dipped in hash-oil in the car outside right before heading in.
Just as we were walking in the door it all got a bit much and I tried to back out and flee back into the shadows, but the group of trusted friends I was with wouldn't let me, reminding me that "this was all your idea!" I couldn't argue with them, mostly because I couldn't actually talk anymore and didn't know who the hell they were, but they seemed nice. I experienced what we call Ego-loss just as I was entering the lobby of the Planetarium but the group of strangers with oddly-familiar faces who seemed concerned about my welfare took care of me, buying me my ticket and leading me to my seat, lol.
When they projected an image of Earth on the dome during the show, and then made it recede into the darkness, I "knew" that THAT was where I was supposed to be (meaning Earth) and it induced a psychedelic adrenaline rush of unparalleled intensity of the kind you might expect if you suddenly found yourself floating in space and watching your home planet getting further away while not knowing how to get back. It was such a white-knuckle ride I was genuinely surprised that I didn't tear the arms of the chair off. After that experience I am 100% confident that I would pass a polygraph test when answering "yes" to the question of if I know what it's like to leave Earth. It was freaky (to put it mildly), but not dangerous. The guy driving was sober, lol.
Being on sand dunes at night (which are very bright even on a moonless night) and seeing nothing but more dunes from horizon to horizon made it feel like standing on another planet. That is a unique feeling, too. It's sublime and much mellower than the feeling of being lost and tumbling through outer space, though I'd recommend exploring both.