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It's a great ride rolling downward toward the McCullough Mountains powerline road This part of Pine Spring Road is fun to descend, with a drop of about 600 feet elevation in 1.5 miles to the powerline roadThumbnailsOn the other side of Piute Valley is the Highland Range, about which I know littleThis part of Pine Spring Road is fun to descend, with a drop of about 600 feet elevation in 1.5 miles to the powerline roadThumbnailsOn the other side of Piute Valley is the Highland Range, about which I know littleThis part of Pine Spring Road is fun to descend, with a drop of about 600 feet elevation in 1.5 miles to the powerline roadThumbnailsOn the other side of Piute Valley is the Highland Range, about which I know littleThis part of Pine Spring Road is fun to descend, with a drop of about 600 feet elevation in 1.5 miles to the powerline roadThumbnailsOn the other side of Piute Valley is the Highland Range, about which I know littleThis part of Pine Spring Road is fun to descend, with a drop of about 600 feet elevation in 1.5 miles to the powerline roadThumbnailsOn the other side of Piute Valley is the Highland Range, about which I know little

However, I am riding the brakes hard to keep my speed low, due to the loose rock. Without all the gear I'm carrying, this could be a fun faster-speed mountain-bike ride.