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I read a report some time back of someone who came down Pat Keyes canyon - lots of shale and sliding, didn't sound like much fun.I'd guess it is anything but open and straightforward.
Registered: 1347014451 Posts: 669
I think the topic is pertinent as this is Saline Preservation and not specific to the springs only. Camp at the springs but explore the valley.
Registered: 1340329003 Posts: 270
Isn't Pay Keyes trail on the Saline side of the Inyos? Trailhead near the Saline Valley Road? That info is totally pertinent to this forum. I love hearing about people's side trips and adventures in and around the entire Saline Valley. I would love to know about this also.
Registered: 1336869293 Posts: 379
Tommb welcome to the Message Board!
Please ignore the troll she's new around here and doesn't know where she is.......as you can see from the reply. LOL! You might find an answer here but, you might ask the hikers at Death-Valley.net someone there might know.
Registered: 1268277158 Posts: 44
I'd be interested in knowing. Haven't gone up there myself - attempted Beveridge once but ran out of time/energy and turned back.
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How many times do I have to tell that this forum is for Saline and not park info?
Registered: 1377764240 Posts: 1
Wondering if anyone has hiking this fairly recently or know any details about it.
Just curious about the shape its in, is it a bushwack or fairly open and straightforward. Thanks Tom