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Old Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit rough

Old Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit rough A bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreThumbnailsNear the end of the slow 5.5 miles on Old Kelso Road, I stop for an energy bar and take in a final glance at Devil's PlaygroundA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreThumbnailsNear the end of the slow 5.5 miles on Old Kelso Road, I stop for an energy bar and take in a final glance at Devil's PlaygroundA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreThumbnailsNear the end of the slow 5.5 miles on Old Kelso Road, I stop for an energy bar and take in a final glance at Devil's PlaygroundA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreThumbnailsNear the end of the slow 5.5 miles on Old Kelso Road, I stop for an energy bar and take in a final glance at Devil's PlaygroundA bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignoreThumbnailsNear the end of the slow 5.5 miles on Old Kelso Road, I stop for an energy bar and take in a final glance at Devil's Playground

It's bit uphill on this stretch, so I end up walking the 10-ton bike again. Old Kelso Road would be a fun mountain-bike ride for someone not carrying so much gear!