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 The rocks at the mouth of Saddle Horse Canyon are more interesting than further up the canyon From another rock shelter in the area, I peer out into the sunshineThumbnailsIt's time to walk back to the 10-ton bike, parked half a mile away over by Wild Horse Canyon Road, just over thereFrom another rock shelter in the area, I peer out into the sunshineThumbnailsIt's time to walk back to the 10-ton bike, parked half a mile away over by Wild Horse Canyon Road, just over thereFrom another rock shelter in the area, I peer out into the sunshineThumbnailsIt's time to walk back to the 10-ton bike, parked half a mile away over by Wild Horse Canyon Road, just over thereFrom another rock shelter in the area, I peer out into the sunshineThumbnailsIt's time to walk back to the 10-ton bike, parked half a mile away over by Wild Horse Canyon Road, just over thereFrom another rock shelter in the area, I peer out into the sunshineThumbnailsIt's time to walk back to the 10-ton bike, parked half a mile away over by Wild Horse Canyon Road, just over there

However, I didn't hike all the way up the canyon to Wild Horse Mesa, so I may have missed the best.