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Home / Mojave Preserve and Desert bikepacking trips / 2009, Fall: Mojave National Preserve / Day 5: Hike to Rex Mine and west edge of the Providence Mountains, Mojave National Preserve /

Numerous gulleys need to be crossed while hiking the fan betweeen Cornfield Spring Road and Rex Mine Road

Numerous gulleys need to be crossed while hiking the fan betweeen Cornfield Spring Road and Rex Mine Road Oh look, a lost set of four bright-blue ballons tied together, stuck to a young creosote bush, framed by a  Kelso Dunes backdropThumbnailsThe sides of the drainages coming down the fan are mostly not very steep, but they do make for clumsy hikingOh look, a lost set of four bright-blue ballons tied together, stuck to a young creosote bush, framed by a  Kelso Dunes backdropThumbnailsThe sides of the drainages coming down the fan are mostly not very steep, but they do make for clumsy hikingOh look, a lost set of four bright-blue ballons tied together, stuck to a young creosote bush, framed by a  Kelso Dunes backdropThumbnailsThe sides of the drainages coming down the fan are mostly not very steep, but they do make for clumsy hikingOh look, a lost set of four bright-blue ballons tied together, stuck to a young creosote bush, framed by a  Kelso Dunes backdropThumbnailsThe sides of the drainages coming down the fan are mostly not very steep, but they do make for clumsy hikingOh look, a lost set of four bright-blue ballons tied together, stuck to a young creosote bush, framed by a  Kelso Dunes backdropThumbnailsThe sides of the drainages coming down the fan are mostly not very steep, but they do make for clumsy hiking

A ribbon of yellow, desert willows about to lose their leaves, crosses the landscape in the biggest wash through this area.