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Ivanpah Road rolls over a pass in the New York Mountains and then descends slowly into Lanfair Valley From the top of Ivanpah Road near Barnwell, I can still see over to Castle Peaks, but this view won't last longThumbnailsI locate a berm of earth, part of the old Ivanpah railway grade and the "invisible" road I wanted to ride earlierFrom the top of Ivanpah Road near Barnwell, I can still see over to Castle Peaks, but this view won't last longThumbnailsI locate a berm of earth, part of the old Ivanpah railway grade and the "invisible" road I wanted to ride earlierFrom the top of Ivanpah Road near Barnwell, I can still see over to Castle Peaks, but this view won't last longThumbnailsI locate a berm of earth, part of the old Ivanpah railway grade and the "invisible" road I wanted to ride earlierFrom the top of Ivanpah Road near Barnwell, I can still see over to Castle Peaks, but this view won't last longThumbnailsI locate a berm of earth, part of the old Ivanpah railway grade and the "invisible" road I wanted to ride earlierFrom the top of Ivanpah Road near Barnwell, I can still see over to Castle Peaks, but this view won't last longThumbnailsI locate a berm of earth, part of the old Ivanpah railway grade and the "invisible" road I wanted to ride earlier

I remember the first time I rode over this "summit" over 10 years ago in the Keystone Canyon area.