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A word of caution - this in not like the National Park. None of the roads are paved - and most (other than the main road) are not well maintained, if at all. There is no gas. There is no food (other than meals you can purchase at the bunk house.) There is no dependable water source other than at the ranger station. There are no crowds. Once you leave Sauceda Station you will likely see no one all day. Take water. Take a map. And take a camera - you are going to see some fantastic things!
Another great hike is out to the Fresno canyon overlook; you look over to the Flatirons section if the solitario and hike over some cool recent volcanic rock
Quote from: steelfrog on October 11, 2013, 12:20:56 AMAnother great hike is out to the Fresno canyon overlook; you look over to the Flatirons section if the solitario and hike over some cool recent volcanic rockSteelfog, is this the overlook just off 170 near the Contrabando movie set. There is one labeled on the BBRSP Discovery Map at this location as "Fresno Creek Overlook."
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