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I'll follow Cornfield Spring Road around the sharp U-turn at the bottom of the hill just ahead From this hill at 3450 feet, Cornfield Spring Road zigzags down into a gulley and then up along the ridge of the next hillThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road's final switchback takes me up a hill and around a bend to this tripod-like end-of-road markerFrom this hill at 3450 feet, Cornfield Spring Road zigzags down into a gulley and then up along the ridge of the next hillThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road's final switchback takes me up a hill and around a bend to this tripod-like end-of-road markerFrom this hill at 3450 feet, Cornfield Spring Road zigzags down into a gulley and then up along the ridge of the next hillThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road's final switchback takes me up a hill and around a bend to this tripod-like end-of-road markerFrom this hill at 3450 feet, Cornfield Spring Road zigzags down into a gulley and then up along the ridge of the next hillThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road's final switchback takes me up a hill and around a bend to this tripod-like end-of-road markerFrom this hill at 3450 feet, Cornfield Spring Road zigzags down into a gulley and then up along the ridge of the next hillThumbnailsCornfield Spring Road's final switchback takes me up a hill and around a bend to this tripod-like end-of-road marker

If I had more time today, I'd like to stray off the road and walk straight ahead up into that canyon which drains the west side of the Providence Mountains northwest of Edgar Peak.