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I resume the climb up Cedar Canyon Road and stop to enjoy the view down the road from where I just came

I resume the climb up Cedar Canyon Road and stop to enjoy the view down the road from where I just came After another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsA little higher up Cedar Canyon Road, the pavement ends, just like the sign saysAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsA little higher up Cedar Canyon Road, the pavement ends, just like the sign saysAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsA little higher up Cedar Canyon Road, the pavement ends, just like the sign saysAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsA little higher up Cedar Canyon Road, the pavement ends, just like the sign saysAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsA little higher up Cedar Canyon Road, the pavement ends, just like the sign says

I'm getting close to the top, which is only 2.4 miles from the bottom. The road rises almost 800 feet during that distance, so the temperature is dropping a little. Cool wisps in the breeze feel great after the earlier afternoon heat.