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Mojave Desert, Small Caves above The Old Mojave Road
Nevada
7.5 miles from the start of The Old Mojave Road there are some small caves near the bottom of a rock overhang. From up here there's a nice overview of The Mojave Road and desert below. Nearby is the start of a hiking trail going into Picture Canyon where Petroglyphs can be found.
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Uploaded: 17/05/2012
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