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Approaching the base of the New York Mountains, I ride a mile on Ivanpah Road, looking for the road to Keystone Canyon

Approaching the base of the New York Mountains, I ride a mile on Ivanpah Road, looking for the road to Keystone Canyon Passing by the three-house settlement of BarnwellThumbnails At the bottom of the remote, cold and eerie Keystone Canyon Road, I look for a spot to pitch my tentPassing by the three-house settlement of BarnwellThumbnails At the bottom of the remote, cold and eerie Keystone Canyon Road, I look for a spot to pitch my tentPassing by the three-house settlement of BarnwellThumbnails At the bottom of the remote, cold and eerie Keystone Canyon Road, I look for a spot to pitch my tentPassing by the three-house settlement of BarnwellThumbnails At the bottom of the remote, cold and eerie Keystone Canyon Road, I look for a spot to pitch my tentPassing by the three-house settlement of BarnwellThumbnails At the bottom of the remote, cold and eerie Keystone Canyon Road, I look for a spot to pitch my tent

Keystone Canyon is part-way up the New York Mountains ahead. It's clear that there's already some snow up there, so I won't attempt climbing too much higher into the hills than this.