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058 - Nevada Back Roads (PDF)
Photograph America Newsletter on Nevada Back Roads
 
Photograph your way from Grapevine Canyon, covered with petroglyphs, to the vast playa of the Black Rock Desert, the largest dry lake in North America. With this newsletter, you discover remote desert back roads through Lamoille Canyon, the remote wildlife refuge at Ruby Lake, the ghost town of Tuscarora, to Cathedral Gorge, a fantasy of eroded pillars of bentonite clay. Discover tufa formations near Pyramid Lake and bighorn petroglyphs in Rainbow Canyon. If you enjoy driving unmarked and unpaved desert roads and would love to photograph sunrises and sunsets from the end of rutted 4x4 tracks across sage-covered mesas, you'll want to read this issue.
Price $8.00

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Updated - December 2009

With this newsletter, you'll discover remote desert back roads through Lamoille Canyon, the remote wildlife refuge at Ruby Lake, the ghost town of Tuscarora, to Cathedral Gorge, a fantasy of eroded pillars of bentonite clay. Photograph your way from Grapevine Canyon, covered with petroglyphs, to the vast playa of the Black Rock Desert, the largest dry lake in North America.
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Locations
  • Anaho Island National Wildlife Refuge
  • Black Rock Desert
  • Cathedral Gorge State Park
  • Eagleville, CA
  • Grapevine Canyon
  • Kershaw-Ryan State Park
  • Lamoille Canyon National Scenic Byway
  • Meadow Valley Wash
  • Owyhee Desert
  • Panaca
  • Pioche
  • Rainbow Canyon
  • Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge
  • Secret Valley
  • Shanty Town, NV
  • Surprise Valley
  • Taylor Canyon
  • Tuscaror
  • Winnemucca Lake