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Entering Jackass Canyon from Devil's Playground, Mojave National Preserve Tire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesThumbnailsNice wiggly tire track behind me as I ride slowly up Jackass Canyon Road from Devil's PlaygroundTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesThumbnailsNice wiggly tire track behind me as I ride slowly up Jackass Canyon Road from Devil's PlaygroundTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesThumbnailsNice wiggly tire track behind me as I ride slowly up Jackass Canyon Road from Devil's PlaygroundTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesThumbnailsNice wiggly tire track behind me as I ride slowly up Jackass Canyon Road from Devil's PlaygroundTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesThumbnailsNice wiggly tire track behind me as I ride slowly up Jackass Canyon Road from Devil's Playground

This part of the Jackass Canyon Road is rideable, and there's even a bit of old pavement here and there, hiding under the dirt. However, I was here on my Xmas 2007 Mojave trip and know that a couple of miles of this road will be hike-a-biking.