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I reach a junction on the five-mile-long Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road The Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road passes through a stand of juniper trees as it begins its gentle descentThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road is rather rough in placesThe Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road passes through a stand of juniper trees as it begins its gentle descentThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road is rather rough in placesThe Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road passes through a stand of juniper trees as it begins its gentle descentThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road is rather rough in placesThe Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road passes through a stand of juniper trees as it begins its gentle descentThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road is rather rough in placesThe Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road passes through a stand of juniper trees as it begins its gentle descentThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road is rather rough in places

I start riding down the right fork, then decide I should check my maps, in case my intuition is wrong. Yes, my intuition is wrong; I turn back and take the left fork instead.