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 Wild Horse Canyon Road pops out of the canyon and onto higher ground, where I catch the beginning of sunset I look behind me as I climb up the lower part of Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnails I enjoy the impending sunset as I slowly ride up Wild Horse Canyon RoadI look behind me as I climb up the lower part of Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnails I enjoy the impending sunset as I slowly ride up Wild Horse Canyon RoadI look behind me as I climb up the lower part of Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnails I enjoy the impending sunset as I slowly ride up Wild Horse Canyon RoadI look behind me as I climb up the lower part of Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnails I enjoy the impending sunset as I slowly ride up Wild Horse Canyon RoadI look behind me as I climb up the lower part of Wild Horse Canyon RoadThumbnails I enjoy the impending sunset as I slowly ride up Wild Horse Canyon Road

Here, I'm looking east at an area sometimes known as Lobo Point. I'm at about 4500 feet elevation here, about 1000 feet below home (Mid Hills campground).