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Looks like I may have a rocky hike ahead me up into Bull Canyon, the gap in the middle of the two big hills

Looks like I may have a rocky hike ahead me up into Bull Canyon, the gap in the middle of the two big hills A GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonThumbnailsNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonThumbnailsNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonThumbnailsNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonThumbnailsNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind meA GPS check tells me that I can turn left anywhere here and start hiking up the fan to the mouth of Bull CanyonThumbnailsNow that I'm about 1.25 miles up the rocky fan and 300 feet higher, the Kelso Dunes create a contrasty backdrop behind me

I haven't been to Bull Canyon before, so I'm not sure what to expect. A lot of desert canyons are quite rocky and sometimes densely vegetated.