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A barrel-cactus garden at the mouth of "West Edgar Canyon #3," Providence Mountains As I walk up the wash toward the Providence Mountains, I decide to skip the first canyon and visit the next one insteadThumbnailsWest Edgar Canyon #3 is, as you might expect, full of rocks, big and smallAs I walk up the wash toward the Providence Mountains, I decide to skip the first canyon and visit the next one insteadThumbnailsWest Edgar Canyon #3 is, as you might expect, full of rocks, big and smallAs I walk up the wash toward the Providence Mountains, I decide to skip the first canyon and visit the next one insteadThumbnailsWest Edgar Canyon #3 is, as you might expect, full of rocks, big and smallAs I walk up the wash toward the Providence Mountains, I decide to skip the first canyon and visit the next one insteadThumbnailsWest Edgar Canyon #3 is, as you might expect, full of rocks, big and smallAs I walk up the wash toward the Providence Mountains, I decide to skip the first canyon and visit the next one insteadThumbnailsWest Edgar Canyon #3 is, as you might expect, full of rocks, big and small

Like most Mojave National Preserve canyons, this one is unnamed. Depending on how you count, it's the third canyon draining the Providence Mountains area west of Edgar Peak, hence the unofficial "West Edgar Canyon #3" name.