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Noodle around the Canebrake development


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5.7

Miles

9.2

KM

80%

Runnable

2,308' 703 m

High

974' 297 m

Low

1,447' 441 m

Up

1,444' 440 m

Down

10%

Avg Grade (5°)

37%

Max Grade (20°)

Dogs Unknown

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A lesser Anza-Borrego desert hike when you've already seen most of it.

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If you've seen the rest of Anza-Borrgeo, plowed through Robin Halford's three volume Anza-Borrego hiking series, and can't sleep until you've checked off all the proms in a quad, you'll need to catch Prom 2300 and this is a good way to do it. This is a strike across the desert sort of hike. Follow a wash for 2.6 miles, ascend to the 2,300 feet prom, have a snack, and work you way down a ridge back to the scattered Canebreak housing, suitable for people who find Borrego Springs to be too crowded.

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Matthew Kidd

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Blooming ocotillo in the Canebrake area of Anza-Borrego.
Nov 23, 2020 near Pine Va…, CA
View to the southeast towards Red Top.
Nov 23, 2020 near Pine Va…, CA
Two hikers descend the ridge back to Canebrake.
Nov 23, 2020 near Pine Va…, CA
The Canebrake development (center) isn't much to look at
Nov 23, 2020 near Pine Va…, CA
Prom 2300 is guarded by cholla.
Nov 23, 2020 near Pine Va…, CA

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