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Jeep 4WD Travel & Adventure: Fall Trip Over High Rock Canyon Trail!

   One of Nevada's best resources is wide open space! The Black Rock Desert-High Rock Canyon Conservation Area, under the protection of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, offers incredible scenery, Far West history and an opportunity for some moderate four-wheeling with friends and family. Nearby sites of interest include the Black Rock Desert, several hiking areas (including wilderness), the Sheldon Antelope Range and Soldier Meadows Ranch...

     Note: I visited the Granite Mountains and Black Rock-High Rock Canyon region in the spring and fall of 2009 on assignment for 4WD & Sport Utility Magazine. My full-length, color-illustrated  article on High Rock Canyon appeared in the June 2010 issue of 4WD & Sport Utility Magazine. The story and photos are also featured at that magazine's website. If you would like to read my account of Black Rock Desert-High Rock Canyon history, click here to access the magazine article online.

      On Saturday, October 23, 2010, Moses and Donna Ludel, with a few friends, returned to High Rock Canyon. Despite overcast, rainfall, a chill factor and considerable wind, Moses video-filmed the 4WD trip. Click below to enjoy the fall trip video! 

  Note: The video is an .flv file, which opens automatically with Adobe Flash Player™ and other .flv supported programs. A free, secure download of Adobe Flash Player™ is available at the Adobe website. For convenience, you can click this link to access Adobe Flash Player™:

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

  You can view this video in either the viewer frame above or in full-screen, lower resolution format...

—Moses Ludel