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Wilderness markers delineate the end of the old road for cars and bicycles I arrive at a fork in the old roads in the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsNo human footprints are found in this sandy wash as I continue my hike up into the New York MountainsI arrive at a fork in the old roads in the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsNo human footprints are found in this sandy wash as I continue my hike up into the New York MountainsI arrive at a fork in the old roads in the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsNo human footprints are found in this sandy wash as I continue my hike up into the New York MountainsI arrive at a fork in the old roads in the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsNo human footprints are found in this sandy wash as I continue my hike up into the New York MountainsI arrive at a fork in the old roads in the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsNo human footprints are found in this sandy wash as I continue my hike up into the New York Mountains

Hikers can proceed further, of course. I've recorded a couple of possible routes on my GPS for my hike up into the New York Mountains hills ahead. It's time to decide which route I'm taking!