dryfj.com / drycyclist.com

14/34
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 /

Tire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power lines

Tire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power lines Near 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 PlaygroundThumbnailsEntering Jackass Canyon from Devil's Playground, Mojave National PreserveNear 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 PlaygroundThumbnailsEntering Jackass Canyon from Devil's Playground, Mojave National PreserveNear 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 PlaygroundThumbnailsEntering Jackass Canyon from Devil's Playground, Mojave National PreserveNear 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 PlaygroundThumbnailsEntering Jackass Canyon from Devil's Playground, Mojave National PreserveNear 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 PlaygroundThumbnailsEntering Jackass Canyon from Devil's Playground, Mojave National Preserve

It's hard to tell exactly where the road is at first, but one easily joins up with the Jackass Canyon Road after a few minutes.