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Home / Mojave Preserve and Desert bikepacking trips / 2009, Fall: Mojave National Preserve / Day 4: Hike to Cornfield Spring on the west side of the Providence Mountains, Mojave National Preserve /

I climb down the steep hillside and notice the remnants of a switchback road on the other side of Cornfield Spring wash

I climb down the steep hillside and notice the remnants of a switchback road on the other side of Cornfield Spring wash Anticipation: Cornfield Spring is obviously somewhere down there at the upper end of the green areaThumbnailsI push my way through rabbitbrush and other plants to get across Cornfield Spring washAnticipation: Cornfield Spring is obviously somewhere down there at the upper end of the green areaThumbnailsI push my way through rabbitbrush and other plants to get across Cornfield Spring washAnticipation: Cornfield Spring is obviously somewhere down there at the upper end of the green areaThumbnailsI push my way through rabbitbrush and other plants to get across Cornfield Spring washAnticipation: Cornfield Spring is obviously somewhere down there at the upper end of the green areaThumbnailsI push my way through rabbitbrush and other plants to get across Cornfield Spring washAnticipation: Cornfield Spring is obviously somewhere down there at the upper end of the green areaThumbnailsI push my way through rabbitbrush and other plants to get across Cornfield Spring wash

OK, I'll cross the wash here, and maybe the old road will take me directly to the spring. A lot of work went into building those stone walls that are still keeping the road somewhat intact.