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Cedar Canyon Road crosses the historic Old Mojave Road For about six miles, Cedar Canyon Road heads straight westward, after which several sharp corners appear in the roadThumbnailsTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillFor about six miles, Cedar Canyon Road heads straight westward, after which several sharp corners appear in the roadThumbnailsTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillFor about six miles, Cedar Canyon Road heads straight westward, after which several sharp corners appear in the roadThumbnailsTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillFor about six miles, Cedar Canyon Road heads straight westward, after which several sharp corners appear in the roadThumbnailsTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillFor about six miles, Cedar Canyon Road heads straight westward, after which several sharp corners appear in the roadThumbnailsTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphill

The Old Mojave Road runs parallel to nearby Cedar Canyon Road in much of this area.