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I always enjoy passing the lava flows along Kelbaker Road just beyond the road to Indian Springs

I always enjoy passing the lava flows along Kelbaker Road just beyond the road to Indian Springs Almost 13 miles up Kelbaker Road, I stop briefly at the rough dirt road to Indian Springs, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsTime for a break: I pause for a Clif bar at Black Tank Wash along the lava flows adjacent to Kelbaker RoadAlmost 13 miles up Kelbaker Road, I stop briefly at the rough dirt road to Indian Springs, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsTime for a break: I pause for a Clif bar at Black Tank Wash along the lava flows adjacent to Kelbaker RoadAlmost 13 miles up Kelbaker Road, I stop briefly at the rough dirt road to Indian Springs, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsTime for a break: I pause for a Clif bar at Black Tank Wash along the lava flows adjacent to Kelbaker RoadAlmost 13 miles up Kelbaker Road, I stop briefly at the rough dirt road to Indian Springs, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsTime for a break: I pause for a Clif bar at Black Tank Wash along the lava flows adjacent to Kelbaker RoadAlmost 13 miles up Kelbaker Road, I stop briefly at the rough dirt road to Indian Springs, Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsTime for a break: I pause for a Clif bar at Black Tank Wash along the lava flows adjacent to Kelbaker Road

In addition to the scenery, I also enjoy this stretch of road for the dip here that creates a brief downhill on the way up this gradual 22-mile-long uphill slope.