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The exact location of Cornfield Spring Road has moved a few times over the decades A former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThumbnailsIt looks flat, but the walk up the fan toward the Providence Mountains is a gentle uphill at about 4% gradeA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThumbnailsIt looks flat, but the walk up the fan toward the Providence Mountains is a gentle uphill at about 4% gradeA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThumbnailsIt looks flat, but the walk up the fan toward the Providence Mountains is a gentle uphill at about 4% gradeA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThumbnailsIt looks flat, but the walk up the fan toward the Providence Mountains is a gentle uphill at about 4% gradeA former road that connected the old Kelso reservoir to Cornfield Spring Road is still discernableThumbnailsIt looks flat, but the walk up the fan toward the Providence Mountains is a gentle uphill at about 4% grade

Two long rows of rock parallel to today's Cornfield Spring Road delineate former edges of the road, now somewhat grown-in with vegetation.