County Road 34

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.

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The area is very remote: No Services, No Water, You Will Be On Your On.

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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.

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Several Places in the canyon, I saw steam billowing up from natural hot springs.

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