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Looking back down behind me on Kelbaker Road as I approach the summit at 3800 feet Beyond the old lava, Kelbaker Road continues to rise slowlyThumbnailsOnce over the 3800-foot summit of Kelbaker Road, I start the 12-mile glide down to the abandoned Kelso Depot at 2100 feetBeyond the old lava, Kelbaker Road continues to rise slowlyThumbnailsOnce over the 3800-foot summit of Kelbaker Road, I start the 12-mile glide down to the abandoned Kelso Depot at 2100 feetBeyond the old lava, Kelbaker Road continues to rise slowlyThumbnailsOnce over the 3800-foot summit of Kelbaker Road, I start the 12-mile glide down to the abandoned Kelso Depot at 2100 feetBeyond the old lava, Kelbaker Road continues to rise slowlyThumbnailsOnce over the 3800-foot summit of Kelbaker Road, I start the 12-mile glide down to the abandoned Kelso Depot at 2100 feet

I'm well past the lava beds now, and I have a good view of the cinder cones off Aiken Mine Road in the distance. I take a water-and-snack break at the Kelbaker Road summit.