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Heading down the other side of the power-line road is almost as steep as it was coming up

Heading down the other side of the power-line road is almost as steep as it was coming up Looking back down the power-line road hill that I just walked up, toward the Providence MountainsThumbnailsA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonLooking back down the power-line road hill that I just walked up, toward the Providence MountainsThumbnailsA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonLooking back down the power-line road hill that I just walked up, toward the Providence MountainsThumbnailsA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonLooking back down the power-line road hill that I just walked up, toward the Providence MountainsThumbnailsA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonLooking back down the power-line road hill that I just walked up, toward the Providence MountainsThumbnailsA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull Canyon

The power-line road continues for many miles, reaching the next speck of civilization about 25 miles further on at the village of Ludlow, CA.