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Home / Mojave Preserve and Desert bikepacking trips / 2009, Fall: Mojave National Preserve / Day 8: Kelso Dunes area to Baker, CA by bicycle /

Off the Kelso Dunes power-line road, I notice vehicle tracks going past a Wilderness boundary marker

Off the Kelso Dunes power-line road, I notice vehicle tracks going past a Wilderness boundary marker The 10-ton bike reassembled, I'm ready to put my helmet on and start riding up the Kelso Dunes power-line roadThumbnailsI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThe 10-ton bike reassembled, I'm ready to put my helmet on and start riding up the Kelso Dunes power-line roadThumbnailsI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThe 10-ton bike reassembled, I'm ready to put my helmet on and start riding up the Kelso Dunes power-line roadThumbnailsI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThe 10-ton bike reassembled, I'm ready to put my helmet on and start riding up the Kelso Dunes power-line roadThumbnailsI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThe 10-ton bike reassembled, I'm ready to put my helmet on and start riding up the Kelso Dunes power-line roadThumbnailsI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trail

Cars and bicycles are prohibited in official Wilderness areas, but the signage is generally absent or so weak (a non-descript metal post in this case) that accidental trespassing should be expected.