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Home / Mojave Preserve and Desert bikepacking trips / 2009, Fall: Mojave National Preserve / Day 3: Devil's Playground to Cornfield Spring Road via Jackass Canyon by bicycle /

I stare intently at the Old Dad Mountain block as I pass by, wishing I had enough time and water to do a day hike here

I stare intently at the Old Dad Mountain block as I pass by, wishing I had enough time and water to do a day hike here Long and straight, Old Kelso Road heads toward the power lines that I can see three miles ahead, where I'll enter Jackass CanyonThumbnailsA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreLong and straight, Old Kelso Road heads toward the power lines that I can see three miles ahead, where I'll enter Jackass CanyonThumbnailsA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreLong and straight, Old Kelso Road heads toward the power lines that I can see three miles ahead, where I'll enter Jackass CanyonThumbnailsA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreLong and straight, Old Kelso Road heads toward the power lines that I can see three miles ahead, where I'll enter Jackass CanyonThumbnailsA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreLong and straight, Old Kelso Road heads toward the power lines that I can see three miles ahead, where I'll enter Jackass CanyonThumbnailsA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignore

An orange post here marks an official Wilderness boundary, beyond which cars and bicycles are technically prohibited, but people obviously just drive around it. There's probably a nice campsite up there.