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The dirt road ends and I walk across Cima Road to reach the Teutonia Peak Trail, looking back to Kessler Peak Just before reaching Cima Road, I pass a point of interest: the "covered cross"ThumbnailsThe two-mile trail to Teutonia Peak is one of just two official, maintained trails in the expansive Mojave National PreserveJust before reaching Cima Road, I pass a point of interest: the "covered cross"ThumbnailsThe two-mile trail to Teutonia Peak is one of just two official, maintained trails in the expansive Mojave National PreserveJust before reaching Cima Road, I pass a point of interest: the "covered cross"ThumbnailsThe two-mile trail to Teutonia Peak is one of just two official, maintained trails in the expansive Mojave National PreserveJust before reaching Cima Road, I pass a point of interest: the "covered cross"ThumbnailsThe two-mile trail to Teutonia Peak is one of just two official, maintained trails in the expansive Mojave National PreserveJust before reaching Cima Road, I pass a point of interest: the "covered cross"ThumbnailsThe two-mile trail to Teutonia Peak is one of just two official, maintained trails in the expansive Mojave National Preserve

The mass of exposed granite on the other side of the road is always interesting to look at.