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I'm often looking back behind me toward Nevada 164 and the Highland Range to take in the cloud formations

I'm often looking back behind me toward Nevada 164 and the Highland Range to take in the cloud formations After half an hour, I take a short break at an old corral on Walking Box Ranch Road where I've stopped beforeThumbnailsThough mostly gradual, Walking Box Ranch Road does have a few short rolling hillsAfter half an hour, I take a short break at an old corral on Walking Box Ranch Road where I've stopped beforeThumbnailsThough mostly gradual, Walking Box Ranch Road does have a few short rolling hillsAfter half an hour, I take a short break at an old corral on Walking Box Ranch Road where I've stopped beforeThumbnailsThough mostly gradual, Walking Box Ranch Road does have a few short rolling hillsAfter half an hour, I take a short break at an old corral on Walking Box Ranch Road where I've stopped beforeThumbnailsThough mostly gradual, Walking Box Ranch Road does have a few short rolling hillsAfter half an hour, I take a short break at an old corral on Walking Box Ranch Road where I've stopped beforeThumbnailsThough mostly gradual, Walking Box Ranch Road does have a few short rolling hills

Walking Box Ranch Road is an easy ride; rather bumpy, and best done on a mountain bike, but only slightly uphill. Good views and low stress (no traffic) make for a good bicycle ride.