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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 /

There's a lot of rock in this area, and this juniper tree growing in a crack between rocks is striking

 There's a lot of rock in this area, and this juniper tree growing in a crack between rocks is striking After six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThumbnails The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThumbnails The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThumbnails The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThumbnails The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my tasteAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThumbnails The first campsite has this beautiful tree for shade, but is too close to the paved road for my taste

I ride down the road a bit further to choose a campsite.