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Discuss 4x4'ing, Hiking, Backpacking, Camping
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Haven't heard of any, but there are a few dry falls that would be difficult to bypass and near impossible to down climb if Rainbow Canyon is anything to base on.
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I agree with Gowergulch. I have spent quite a bit of time in that vicinity (maybe about 4-5 miles from Lee Wash). The terrain there is either easy, or an all out assault of loose basalt and dryfalls.John Morrow wrote:Anyone ever hike through top to bottom? Someday I am thinking a loop with Panamint Dunes and Mill Cr (water) might be neat.
John Morrow wrote:Anyone ever hike through top to bottom? Someday I am thinking a loop with Panamint Dunes and Mill Cr (water) might be neat.
Well, I wasn't the only one with that idea! Turns out, SteveH has a new post on his site regarding it. Piques my interest now to make a loop of it from Lee Flat with Panamint Dunes and return via Mill Canyon. Wish I didnt have to wait until November 2017!