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Approaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally! After another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againThumbnailsUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againThumbnailsUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againThumbnailsUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againThumbnailsUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesAfter another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding againThumbnailsUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder cones

The last 1.5 miles to the top of the canyon road is pretty easy, compared to the last hour-and-a-half of hike-a-biking.