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On the road to Coyote Springs at the base of the Granite Mountains

On the road to Coyote Springs at the base of the Granite Mountains This sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsBack at my campsite near Kelso Dunes for a few minutes, I stuff a few items in my saddlebags for the ride to Coyote SpringsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsBack at my campsite near Kelso Dunes for a few minutes, I stuff a few items in my saddlebags for the ride to Coyote SpringsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsBack at my campsite near Kelso Dunes for a few minutes, I stuff a few items in my saddlebags for the ride to Coyote SpringsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsBack at my campsite near Kelso Dunes for a few minutes, I stuff a few items in my saddlebags for the ride to Coyote SpringsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThumbnailsBack at my campsite near Kelso Dunes for a few minutes, I stuff a few items in my saddlebags for the ride to Coyote Springs

The sand on this road is well-packed and easy to ride, except in soft spots where drainages cross the road.