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The only signs marking one's arrival at Rex Mine are these no-camping and no-campfires sign I finish the hike across the rocky fan and begin the easier walk up Rex Mine RoadThumbnailsI check out one of several debris piles at Rex Mine and find an ornate electrical socketI finish the hike across the rocky fan and begin the easier walk up Rex Mine RoadThumbnailsI check out one of several debris piles at Rex Mine and find an ornate electrical socketI finish the hike across the rocky fan and begin the easier walk up Rex Mine RoadThumbnailsI check out one of several debris piles at Rex Mine and find an ornate electrical socketI finish the hike across the rocky fan and begin the easier walk up Rex Mine RoadThumbnailsI check out one of several debris piles at Rex Mine and find an ornate electrical socketI finish the hike across the rocky fan and begin the easier walk up Rex Mine RoadThumbnailsI check out one of several debris piles at Rex Mine and find an ornate electrical socket

So far, the National Parks Service has done a great job keeping signage minimal and non-touristy. Let's hope that continues. Rex Mine Road, like Cornfield Spring Road, is an unsigned dirt track that you'd never notice if you weren't looking for it.