Driving along CR-34 last spring, on my way to and from Fly Ranch Geyser, I snapped a few landscape photos of the Black Rock Desert/High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area. While not passable at the time, I wold certainly like to return and explore the area further.
The area is very remote: No Services, No Water, You Will Be On Your On.
Soaked with water from an abnormally wet Spring, these now dry lake beds and the shorelines were home to ancient people and animals that date back some 12,000 years ago.
Several Places in the canyon, I saw steam billowing up from natural hot springs.