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The last downhill-hiking mile or two on the fan above the dunes is an ankle-breaker with all the small rocks scattered about

The last downhill-hiking mile or two on the fan above the dunes is an ankle-breaker with all the small rocks scattered about As lower Bull Canyon winds about, the "seam" of Kelso Dunes comes into view briefly, which I can also see from my campThumbnailsThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonAs lower Bull Canyon winds about, the "seam" of Kelso Dunes comes into view briefly, which I can also see from my campThumbnailsThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonAs lower Bull Canyon winds about, the "seam" of Kelso Dunes comes into view briefly, which I can also see from my campThumbnailsThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonAs lower Bull Canyon winds about, the "seam" of Kelso Dunes comes into view briefly, which I can also see from my campThumbnailsThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyonAs lower Bull Canyon winds about, the "seam" of Kelso Dunes comes into view briefly, which I can also see from my campThumbnailsThe open space at the bottom of Bull Canyon is easy to hike after all the dense brush and large rock in the upper canyon

But at this time of day, the views are so good, and the effort worth it.