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Home / Mojave bicycle-camping trips / 2008: Mojave National Preserve Mountain-Bike Camping and Hike / Day 14: Cima Dome to Baker via Kelso Depot and Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve /

While at the Kelbaker Road summit, I take a look at the power-line road which I could have taken to get here from Cima Road

While at the Kelbaker Road summit, I take a look at the power-line road which I could have taken to get here from Cima Road I arrive at the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h15 and feel a bit poopedThumbnailsI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everI arrive at the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h15 and feel a bit poopedThumbnailsI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everI arrive at the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h15 and feel a bit poopedThumbnailsI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everI arrive at the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h15 and feel a bit poopedThumbnailsI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everI arrive at the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h15 and feel a bit poopedThumbnailsI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as ever

The segment of the power-line road from Cima Road to here is about 15 miles long, instead of the 31 miles that I rode on the paved roads via Kelso Depot.