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Howe Spring Road is rather rough in places, but nothing that a high-clearance can't take care of This purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandThumbnailsAh, another crossroads! The right fork leads to Howe Spring, the left to Bathtub SpringThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandThumbnailsAh, another crossroads! The right fork leads to Howe Spring, the left to Bathtub SpringThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandThumbnailsAh, another crossroads! The right fork leads to Howe Spring, the left to Bathtub SpringThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandThumbnailsAh, another crossroads! The right fork leads to Howe Spring, the left to Bathtub SpringThis purple sage stands out along Howe Spring Road since this part of Pinto Valley is mostly dry grasslandThumbnailsAh, another crossroads! The right fork leads to Howe Spring, the left to Bathtub Spring

Being slightly uphill, it's a slow mountain-bike ride, but scenic, enjoyable and not difficult.