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After another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon Road Welcome to Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI resume the climb up Cedar Canyon Road and stop to enjoy the view down the road from where I just cameWelcome to Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI resume the climb up Cedar Canyon Road and stop to enjoy the view down the road from where I just cameWelcome to Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI resume the climb up Cedar Canyon Road and stop to enjoy the view down the road from where I just cameWelcome to Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI resume the climb up Cedar Canyon Road and stop to enjoy the view down the road from where I just cameWelcome to Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI resume the climb up Cedar Canyon Road and stop to enjoy the view down the road from where I just came

I just drank two litres of water in an hour and a half? Though a bit more than I expected, I guess it's a reasonable quantity given that it has been a very warm day and I've been pedalling uphill for the last few hours.

I always enjoy views of Cima Dome, that gentle rounded curve in the background here. This would make an easy camping spot if I were ready to stop here for the day. There's even a campfire ring here for those who are carrying some wood to burn.