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Home / Mojave bicycle-camping trips / 2008: Mojave National Preserve Mountain-Bike Camping and Hike / Day 12: Keystone Canyon to Sunrise Rock near Cima Dome, Mojave National Preserve /

After six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsites

After six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsites On the way up Cima Road, I pass the little dirt road that leads over to Cut SpringThumbnails There's a lot of rock in this area, and this juniper tree growing in a crack between rocks is strikingOn the way up Cima Road, I pass the little dirt road that leads over to Cut SpringThumbnails There's a lot of rock in this area, and this juniper tree growing in a crack between rocks is strikingOn the way up Cima Road, I pass the little dirt road that leads over to Cut SpringThumbnails There's a lot of rock in this area, and this juniper tree growing in a crack between rocks is strikingOn the way up Cima Road, I pass the little dirt road that leads over to Cut SpringThumbnails There's a lot of rock in this area, and this juniper tree growing in a crack between rocks is strikingOn the way up Cima Road, I pass the little dirt road that leads over to Cut SpringThumbnails There's a lot of rock in this area, and this juniper tree growing in a crack between rocks is striking

I've only passed through this area once during my past Mojave National Preserve trips and have always wanted to come back since. Well, here I am again!