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Alamo Road -- South End, Northbound
Corn Creek to Desert Dry Lake: the southern 40 miles
Backroads Around Las Vegas, Desert National Wildlife Refuge
Alamo Road
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Corn Creek Rd at Alamo-Mormon Well roads intersection (view E)

Note (November, 2017): Alamo Road is open all the way to Pahranagat NWR. However, the Dry Lake area remains a problem especially when wet.

Overview

Alamo Road, so named because it connects Corn Creek Field Station in the south with the town of Alamo in the north. Note, however, that if you inquire about this road in Alamo, ask for Corn Creek Road.

The road is a bumpy, 70-mile dirt road that runs north along the west side of the Sheep Range to Desert Dry Lake, then winds across a low point on the Sheep Range and descends into the Pahranagat Valley.

From Corn Creek to Hidden Forest Road, the road usually is suitable for 2WD-HC vehicles, but it can also be rough and washed out, and the road gets rougher farther out. Drivers should stop at the visitor center and inquire about current road conditions.

Link to map.

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Highway sign at intersection (view E)

In a 2WD-HC vehicle, this road makes for a nice day-trip or an easy way to get away from town to camp in the desert (at least as far as Sheep Pass), but it is wild and remote country where one storm can change to road conditions to 4WD-only or worse.

At the south edge of Desert Dry Lake, signs used to prohibit crossing the playa and connecting with the remaining 30 miles of road to Alamo. Deeply rutted roads and extremely deep playa dust, which is surprisingly difficult to drive through even in 4WD, resulted in too many people getting stuck and stranded on the playa in what could be life-threatening conditions. As a precaution, the refuge closed the section of road that crosses the playa. It is open now, but be forewarned. As Ben (Dec 2016) wrote: there were deep wet ruts by Desert Dry Lake, and when my tires slipped off the high areas I thought I was going to turtle for sure, I had just enough momentum to carry me through.

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Sign at the intersection of Corn Creek Road, Alamo Road,
and Mormon Well Road (view E)

With the exception of Sheep Pass, Alamo Road traverses middle-elevation Mojave Desert Scrub habitat. Along the south end of the road, the landscape is very dry and even the creosote bush is stunted and widely spaced. In the north, the vegetation is more robust and more typical of Mojave Desert Scrub. At Sheep Pass, the road climbs into the Blackbrush Zone where blackbrush is the dominant species, and Joshua Trees, yuccas, and many other low growing shrubs are common.

During spring, there can be many wildflowers along the road, and when the temperatures begin to warm, this is a great place to see cactus flowers.

There are a number of undeveloped campsites along Alamo Road. Camping is unrestricted, so campers can stop anywhere, but be kind to the land and choose an existing campsite; don't drive off-road into the bushes to camp or even to get off the road (park on the edge of the road).

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Alamo Road, departing Corn Creek Road intersection (view N)

Corn Creek Campsite (Site 1517; 0.3 miles), Wellhead Campsite (Site 1336; 7.5 miles), Cow Camp Junction Campsite (Site 0992; 8.7 miles), White Dirt Campsite (Site 0738; 21.9 miles), Sheep Pass Campsite (Site 0553; 29.5 miles), and Dry Lake Campsite (Site 0593; 38.4 miles) are all nice in their unique ways. There are many other places to pull off the road and just camp, but be sure to practice Leave No Trace techniques in these undeveloped campsites.

Watch Out

Other than the standard warnings about being in the desert ... Alamo Road generally is good out to Sheep Pass, but it runs into wild and remote country. There are no services (no fuel) or developments of any kind. Cell phones work along the south end of the road, but don't count on cell service farther out. Bring water and food, a spare tire, a shovel, tools, a tow rope, bailing wire (I learned the hard way), and anything else needed to survive a night or two stuck in the desert. Close in, the road is graded occasionally, but past Hidden Forest Road the road has rocky spots and washouts. The speed limit is 25 mph, and sticking to the speed limit will help prevent broken axles on unseen rills across the road.

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Alamo Road at short service road to the right (view N)

Beyond Sheep Pass, the road becomes much more rocky and is more subject to washouts.

In the big picture, Alamo Road runs north up a valley between the Desert Range on the left and the Sheep and East Desert ranges on the right. It is important to note that the Desert (Mountain) Range is on the U.S. Air Force Bombing Range, so visitors need to stay on the east side of Alamo Road.

While out, please respect the land and the other people out there, and try to Leave No Trace of your passage. Also, this road leads into remote country, so be sure to bring the 10 Essentials. This is a wildlife refuge, so pay extra attention to respecting the land.

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Alamo Road at old cattle guard and roadside parking (view N)

Location

Alamo Road is located on the Desert National Wildlife Refuge and starts about 30 minutes northwest of Las Vegas.

From town, drive out to Corn Creek Field Station and continue east another 50 yards to a T-intersection with a large sign giving mileages to 19 destinations. Alamo Road starts here and runs north (left), while Mormon Well Road starts here and runs south (right).

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Alamo Road, approaching Corn Creek Campsite (view N)

The Road

From the T-intersection (Site 1265; mile 0.0), Alamo Road runs slightly west of north, climbing over a low ridge and running out into the desert. Shortly, the road passes Corn Creek Campsite (Site 1517; mile 0.3), a fenced parking area on the left. This is the best campsite close to Corn Creek.

Continuing northward, the road runs straight and nearly level. During the first mile, the road passes through an area of sand dunes grown over by Honey Mesquite trees. These stabilized dunes provide habitat for migrating and resident birds, plus several species of mammals and reptiles. Before the Las Vegas Valley was developed, much of it was covered by similar mesquite-dune habitat.

The road continues straight for most of 4 miles as it cuts across and gently up the bajada. There are no culverts, so each of the dozens of tiny washes flows across the road. In recent years, the road condition has deteriorated, but still is suitable for 2WD-HC vehicles.

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Corn Creek Campsite (view NNW from Alamo Road)

Shortly before the road makes its first bend, Alamo Road passes Joe May Road (Site 0780; 3.1 miles) on the right. Joe May Road normally is a fine 2WD-HC road that runs up the bajada for about 4 miles to undeveloped campsites and hikes in Joe May Canyon and Black Gate Canyon.

About 1/2 miles past Joe May Road, Alamo Road begins a gradual curve to the left. The road now contours across the bajada at a gradual incline for about 3 miles. The rills and washouts are a bit more frequent and deeper than before, and towards the end of this section, the road bounds across several deep gullies.

At about 7 miles out, the road curves right to begin climbing the bajada more steeply while now heading north-northeast. Approaching a low hill on the right, Alamo Road passes Wellhead Camp Road (Site 1336; 7.5 miles), on the right. Wellhead Camp Road runs east about 80 yards to Wellhead Campsite (Site 1337). Here, campers are welcome to walk through the the post-and-cable fence and camp near the old well casing.

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Alamo Road speed limit is 25 mph (view N)

Continuing north, Alamo Road arrives at Cow Camp Road (Site 0992; 8.7 miles). Cow Camp Road is a good, 2WD-HC road that leads up an interesting canyon (can be sandy) through the Black Hills to the Sheep Range. This road leads to hikes (e.g., Cow Camp Spring) and undeveloped campsites.

Continuing, Alamo Road makes a slight curve to the right at about 10 miles out, and here the road runs along the base of the Desert (Mountain) Range. From here until Alamo Road curves east at Desert Dry Lake, the road runs near the boundary of the Nellis Bombing Range. In places, boundary and warning signs can be seen in the hills, but in general, hikers should not stray too far off the west side of the road. I've seen the boundary marked differently on various official maps, so I don't know exactly where the "shoot first and ask questions later" boundary is located, so I focus my attention east of Alamo Road.

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Alamo Road sign: no target shooting next 72 miles (view N)

Following the base of the Desert Range, Alamo Road runs NNE to Hidden Forest Road (Site 0882; 14.8 miles), on the right. There is a road sign and an information sign at the intersection. Hidden Forest Road is a fine 2WD-HC road that runs east about 4 miles to the mouth of Deadman Canyon and undeveloped campsites at the end of the road. From the trailhead, hikes lead to Hidden Forest, Wiregrass Spring, the old Warden's Cabin, Hayford Peak, and the summit of Sheep Peak.

Continuing north, Alamo Road bends left (more due-north) as it runs out across a broad, nearly flat valley. Alamo Road passes Pine Canyon Road (Site 1226; 15.9 miles; open to foot traffic only) to the east and then Slate Mine Road (Site 1227; 16.9 miles; service road only) to the west. Throughout this area, the wildflowers can be spectacular during good years. At the bottom of the valley, Alamo Road passes White Sage Road (Site 1228; 19.7 miles; service road only) to the west. White Sage Road runs out onto a playa at the base of the Desert Range to the west.

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Alamo Road sign: no target shooting next 72 miles (view N)

Continuing across the bottom of the valley, Alamo Road passes White Rock Road (Site 0455; 20.6 miles), on the right. White Rock Road is a rough 2WD-HC road that runs up the bajada for 3.0 miles to the mouth of White Rock Canyon at the edge of the Sheep Range. Rocks in that area appear to be formed from volcanic ash, hence the white rocks. There is an undeveloped campsite at the end of the road.

As Alamo Road passes White Sage Flats on the left, it passes the toe of a ridge on the left. Just before a large rocky outcrop, Alamo Road passes White Dirt Camp Road (Site 0738). Except for fencing and a stone firering, this is an undeveloped campsite tucked against the hillside with nice morning sun.

Not far past White Dirt Camp, there is another undeveloped campsite with a firering on the left.

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Road runs through mesquite-sand dune habitat (view NNW)

Continuing past the rocky ridge, Alamo Road continues north across a gentle bajada to Deadhorse Road (Site 0552; 23.6 miles), on the right. Deadhorse Road is a 4WD road that runs for 9.2 miles up into the Sheep Range. In several places, the road runs in a wash with deep, soft gravel. One time when I was several miles out, a soft bit of gravel at a narrow spot in the wash swallowed my Suzuki Samurai; I shifted into 4WD and drove out, but that would have been a bad spot in a 2WD. The road runs east 8.5 miles to a broad area with a big campsite and two trails (old roads). The road turns north and continues down a canyon for another 0.8 miles to a small campsite on the edge of a wash.

Continuing across the valley, Alamo Road runs north to pass the east edge of another mountain. The road wraps around the base of the hillside heading west, then turns north again and starts climbing the bajada towards a major canyon in the distance.

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Alamo Road passing mesquite hammocks; good birding (view N)

Alamo Road runs up into the broad canyon, which technically separates the Desert Range on the left from the East Desert Range on the right. At the top of the canyon, Alamo Road crosses Sheep Pass (Site 0553; 29.5 miles). The pass is unremarkable, but there is one undeveloped campsite, and this is the highest point on Alamo Road. Although unremarkable, short walks north or south provide grand views down the valleys.

Descending about 0.6 miles past Sheep Pass, Alamo Road starts down into a narrow, sometimes sandy canyon. The road curves right, then wraps around to the left, and then finally straightens to the right heading north again. Although short and sweet, this is the only narrows along Alamo Road and the only place where the road runs right down the wash. Because of this, the road in this area is unpredictable and be fine or badly washed out. The water follows the roadbed for some distance north of the narrows.

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Parking for mesquite hammock birding (view NW)

Beyond the narrows, Alamo Road crosses from Clark County into Lincoln County and descends the long and broad Sheep Pass Canyon. During the next 6 miles, the road becomes rocky and washed out, to include one section where I used 4WD southbound to avoid spinning my tires and further tearing up the road. The canyon bottom is broad and flat, and the limestone cliffs of the Desert and East Desert ranges tower above.

In the distance ahead, Desert Dry Lake playa comes into view, and eventually Alamo Road arrives at Desert Dry Lake Road (Site 0554; 36.4 miles), a service road to the left.

Now heading northeast, Alamo Road curves around a point of rock to run ESE as it climbs gradually across the bajada. Crossing wash a deep wash gully, Alamo Road arrives at Dry Lake Camp Road (Site 0593; 38.4 miles), on the right. This spur road runs south about 40 yards to Dry Lake Camp (Site 0123). This undeveloped site provides a broad, starry sky and grand views north across the playa. Drive slowly and carefully here to preserve the desert pavement that makes this site so clean.

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Birder parking just past the mesquite hammocks (view W)

Alamo Road continues east-southeast to a low saddle between a ridge and a rocky knob (about 39 miles out). From the saddle, the road curves more to the south, and the road ahead can be seen in the distance. To the southeast, Cabin Spring Road runs over a low hill and disappears into the distance; and to the northwest, Alamo Road runs out across Desert Dry Lake. For the first time drivers can see where the road crosses the playa and the sand dunes beyond, giving a taste of what can be seen along Alamo Road - North.

Continuing over the saddle, the road winds down along the side of the hills to pass an old corral (about 39.4 miles out). Not much is left, but these historic sites always are interesting.

Just beyond the corral, Alamo Road forks (Site 0098; 39.5 miles). Alamo Road stays left, while Cabin Spring Road continues straight (right). Cabin Spring Road is a 2WD-HC or marginally 4WD road that runs southeast for about 9 miles to Cabin Spring (dry) and undeveloped campsites along the road and at the end. There is a nice campsite on a low bluff 5.2 miles up Cabin Spring Road, but beyond there, the last 3.6 miles get pretty rough.

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Alamo Road near the last of the low mud hills (view N)

Staying left, Alamo Road runs northeast for another 0.5 miles to where signs formerly announced that the road is closed. Signs used to prohibit (but did not block) further travel. I once walked the 2.2 miles across the formerly closed section, and the funny thing was that the more people who obey the sign, the better the road conditions become; that is, if nobody drives across the playa, nobody stirs up the deep dust, and therefore the road is fine, but if people use the road, it get pretty bad.

For information on the northern section of the road, see Alamo Road - North End.

Alamo Road makes for a great place to get away from it all, but remember that this is wild and remote country -- you could be the only person out there for a very long time.

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Alamo Road approaching Joe May Canyon Road (view N)
alamo roadJoe May Road sign (view NNW from Alamo Road)
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Alamo Road at Joe May Canyon Road (view N)
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Joe May Canyon Road (view NE from Alamo Road)
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Minor washout (Sep 2012; view NW)
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Alamo Road beginning to bend right (view N)
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Alamo Rd runs between Desert Range and Sheep Range (view NE)
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Alamo Road approaching Well Head Campsite (view NE)
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Alamo Road at Wellhead Campsite spur road (view NE)
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Wellhead Campsite spur road (view E from Alamo Road)
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Wellhead Campsite (7.5 miles N of Corn Creek; view NE)
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Alamo Road approaching Cow Camp Road (view NE)
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Alamo Road at Cow Camp Road (8.7 miles N of Corn Creek)
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Alamo Road at Cow Camp Road (view NE)
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Alamo Road at Cow Camp Campsite (view E)
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Cow Camp Campsite (view SE from Alamo Road)
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Cow Camp Road Campsite (8.7 miles N of Corn Creek; view SE)
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Alamo Road approaching one of many boundary signs (view N)
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Boundary and Road Closed signs (view W from Alamo Road)
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Alamo Road approaching Hidden Forest Road (view N)
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Hidden Forest Road sign (view N from Alamo Road)
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Hidden Forest Road (view NE from Alamo Road)
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Hidden Forest information sign (view NE from Alamo Road)
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Hidden Forest Road sign (view NE)
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Alamo Road at Hidden Forest Road (14.8 miles N of Corn Creek)
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Alamo Road approaching Service Road (view N)
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Service Road (view NE from Alamo Road)
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Alamo Road approaching another service road (view N)
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Long, straight road crossed by a few sneaky little gullies (view N)
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Still a long, straight road (view N)
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Another service road (view NW from Alamo Road)
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Grand scenery (view NE)
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Joshua tree along Alamo Road (view N)
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Boundary sign (view W from Alamo Road)
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Boundary sign (view NW)
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Bombing and Gunnery Range boundary sign (view NW)
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"But on the other side it didn't say nothing; That side was made for you and me" -- Woody Guthrie
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Alamo Road traverses a grand, open landscape
(view N)
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Grand scenery (view N)
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Alamo Road approaching White Sage Flats service road (view N)
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White Sage Flats service road (view W from Alamo Road)
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White Sage Flats in the distance (view WW from Alamo Road)
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Grand scenery (view N)
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Grand scenery (view NE)
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The wildflowers can be extraordinary
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Alamo Road approaching White Rock Road (view N)
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Alamo Road at White Rock Road (20.6 miles N of Corn Creek)
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Alamo Road at White Rock Road (20.6 miles N of Corn Creek)
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White Rock Road (view NE from Alamo Road)
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Alamo Road approaching rocky outcrop on left (view N)
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Grand scenery across the valley (view NE)
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Alamo Road approaching White Dirt Campsite (view N)
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Alamo Rd at White Dirt camp (view W; 22.0 miles N of Corn Creek)
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White Dirt Campsite (view W)
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White Dirt Campsite (view N)
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Alamo Road beyond White Dirt Campsite (view N)
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Badger burros in the road-cut bank (view E)
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Alamo Road at a small campsite (view N)
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Grand view out across the bombing range (view NW)
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Alamo Road, approaching Deadhorse Road (view N)
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Alamo Road at Deadhorse Road (view N)
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Alamo Road at Deadhorse Road (23.6 miles N of Corn Creek)
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Deadhorse Road (view NE from Alamo Road)
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Deadhorse Road (view NE from Alamo Road)
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Alamo Road beginning to climb towards Sheep Pass (view N)
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Starting towards Sheep Pass
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Alamo Road beginning to climb towards Sheep Pass (view N)
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Sheep Pass on the horizon
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Grand scenery (view E)
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Alamo Road with Joshua tree (view N)
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Grand scenery (view NW)
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Grand scenery (view SE)
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Grand scenery (view SE; zoom)
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Alamo Road with Joshua trees (view N)
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Alamo Road climbing towards Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road climbing towards Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road climbing towards Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road climbing towards Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road climbing towards Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road approaching Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road at Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road at Sheep Pass (view N)
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Sheep Pass campsite (view E)
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Alamo Road at Sheep Pass (29.5 miles N of Corn Creek)
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Alamo Road departing Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road descending past Sheep Pass (view N)
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Alamo Road starting into narrow canyon (view NE)
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Alamo Road winding down narrow canyon (view N)
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Alamo Road winding down narrow canyon (view NE)
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Alamo Road winding down narrow canyon (view NW)
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Alamo Road exiting narrow canyon (view N)
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Grand scenery (view N)
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Alamo Road with first views of Desert Dry Lake (view N)
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Grand scenery (view SE)
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Grand scenery (view E)
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Grand scenery; bulls-eye formation on hillside (view E)
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Alamo Road (view N towards Desert Dry Lake)
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Flowers can be good out near Desert Dry Lake
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Alamo Road approaching bend to the right at outcrop (view N)
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Alamo Road approaching a closed road left (view NE)
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Alamo Road at closed road (view NE; stay on main road to C.S. Rd)
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Service road (view N from Alamo Road)

Alamo Rd descending desert flats towards Desert Dry Lake (view NE)

Desert Dry Lake in the middle distance (view NE)
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Grand scenery (view N towards Desert Dry Lake)
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Another closed road (view N)
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Alamo Road crossing deepest ravine in several miles (view E)
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Alamo Rd at Dry Lake camp (view E; 37.9 miles N of Corn Creek)
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Dry Lake campsite (view S from Alamo Road)
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Desert Dry Lake campsite (view N)
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Alamo Road beyond Desert Dry Lake camp (view E)
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Alamo Road approaching last outcrop on left (view E)
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First curious cave on toe of last outcrop (view N)
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Second curious cave on edge of last outcrop (view N)
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Alamo Road continuing past last outcrop (view E)
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Alamo Road, atop low saddle (view NE towards Dry Lake)
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Alamo Road at first turn to historic corral (view SE)
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Historic corral (view SW from Alamo Road)
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Alamo Road at old corral (view S from Alamo Road)
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Old corral and trash
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Old corral
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Alamo Road at second turn to historic corral (view SE)
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Alamo Road approaching Cabin Spring Road (view SE)
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Alamo Road at Cabin Spring Road (view SE)
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Cabin Spring Road sign (view SE from Alamo Road)
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Alamo Road at Cabin Spring Road (39.5 miles N of Corn Creek)
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Cabin Spring Road sign (view SE from Alamo Road)
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Cabin Spring Road sign (view N from Cabin Spring Road)
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Alamo Road approaching the end of the shrubs (view N)
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Historic Dry Lake road closure sign (40.0 miles N of Corn Creek)
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Historic road closure signs (view NNE)

Table 1. Highway Distances Based on GPS Data (NAD27; UTM Zone 11S). Download Highway GPS Waypoints (*.gpx) file.

Site Location Mileage UTM Easting UTM Northing Latitude (N) Longitude (W) Elevation (ft) Verified
1295 Corn Creek Rd at Alamo-Mormon Rd 00.0 647311 4033593 36.43808 115.35650 2,933 Yes
1517 Alamo Rd at Corn Creek Campsite 00.3 647212 4034068 36.44237 115.35751 2,969 Yes
0780 Alamo Rd at Joe May Canyon Rd 03.2 646366 4038614 36.48347 115.36609 3,240 Yes
1336 Alamo Rd at Wellhead Camp Rd 07.5 643035 4044499 36.53701 115.40217 3,411 Yes
1337 Wellhead Campsite . 643104 4044467 36.53672 115.40140 3,430 Yes
0992 Alamo Rd at Cow Camp Rd 08.7 643589 4046289 36.55306 115.39564 3,547 Yes
0882 Alamo Rd at Hidden Forest Rd 14.8 647279 4055442 36.63498 115.35268 4,490 Yes
1226 Alamo Rd at Pine Canyon Rd 15.9 647637 4057079 36.64967 115.34837 4,492 Yes
1227 Alamo Rd at Slate Mine Rd 16.9 648121 4058626 36.66354 115.34266 4,426 Yes
1228 Alamo Rd at White Sage Rd 19.7 650049 4062820 36.70103 115.32027 4,249 Yes
0455 Alamo Rd at White Rock Rd 20.6 650590 4064035 36.71190 115.31397 4,230 Yes
0738 Alamo Rd at White Dirt Camp Rd 21.9 651421 4066033 36.72976 115.30428 4,264 Yes
0494 White Dirt Campsite . 651382 4066058 36.73000 115.30471 4,260 Yes
0552 Alamo Rd at Deadhorse Rd 23.6 651727 4068747 36.75417 115.30031 4,272 Yes
0553 Alamo Rd at Sheep Pass 29.5 651931 4077996 36.83749 115.29618 4,981 Yes
0554 Alamo Rd Desert Lake Rd 36.4 652465 4087819 36.92591 115.28823 3,477 Yes
0593 Alamo Rd at Dry Lake Camp Rd 38.4 655369 4088573 36.93223 115.25548 3,283 Yes
0123 Dry Lake Campsite . 655376 4088538 36.93191 115.25541 3,303 Yes
0098 Alamo Rd at Cabin Spring Rd 39.5 656773 4087799 36.92502 115.23987 3,235 Yes
0489 Alamo Rd at South Closure 40.0 657093 4088514 36.93141 115.23614 3,231 Yes

Happy Hiking! All distances, elevations, and other facts are approximate.
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