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The bottom of Bear Mountain Road crosses Coyote Creek, which is dry at this time of year.

The bottom of Bear Mountain Road crosses Coyote Creek, which is dry at this time of year. One steep final hill on Bear Mountain Road to the canyon bottom at Coyote Creek. This segment is steep...ThumbnailsThe road crosses Coyote Creek several times; here is another crossing.One steep final hill on Bear Mountain Road to the canyon bottom at Coyote Creek. This segment is steep...ThumbnailsThe road crosses Coyote Creek several times; here is another crossing.One steep final hill on Bear Mountain Road to the canyon bottom at Coyote Creek. This segment is steep...ThumbnailsThe road crosses Coyote Creek several times; here is another crossing.One steep final hill on Bear Mountain Road to the canyon bottom at Coyote Creek. This segment is steep...ThumbnailsThe road crosses Coyote Creek several times; here is another crossing.One steep final hill on Bear Mountain Road to the canyon bottom at Coyote Creek. This segment is steep...ThumbnailsThe road crosses Coyote Creek several times; here is another crossing.

The bottom of Bear Mountain Road crosses Coyote Creek, which is dry at this time of year. The gravel area that you see crossing the road would be hidden by flowing water during the wetter months.