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A brilliant display of desert mallow flowers marks the end of Death Valley Mine Road; I'll turn right here on the old Cima Road

A brilliant display of desert mallow flowers marks the end of Death Valley Mine Road; I'll turn right here on the old Cima Road The last mile or two of Death Valley Mine Road is very sandy in places, in addition to being slightly uphillThumbnailsWell, the old sign isn't legible any moreThe last mile or two of Death Valley Mine Road is very sandy in places, in addition to being slightly uphillThumbnailsWell, the old sign isn't legible any moreThe last mile or two of Death Valley Mine Road is very sandy in places, in addition to being slightly uphillThumbnailsWell, the old sign isn't legible any moreThe last mile or two of Death Valley Mine Road is very sandy in places, in addition to being slightly uphillThumbnailsWell, the old sign isn't legible any moreThe last mile or two of Death Valley Mine Road is very sandy in places, in addition to being slightly uphillThumbnailsWell, the old sign isn't legible any more

It has taken me about 1.5 hours at my leisurely pace to traverse the 4.3 miles of scenic Death Valley Mine Road. Across the road is an old sign; I'll go take a look at it.