came, the group moved a few rocks and shoveled some dirt to make Fixit Pass negotiable. Before noon, they were in Saddlehorse Canyon
driving in the wash along the base of Sid’s Mountain.
(The road down Saddlehorse Canyon has been closed by the BLM and can no longer be driven in a motorized vehicle.)
The road wandered in and out of the wash snaking its way between two vertical walls.
During heavy rains, water rushes down those walls and into the
wash. If enough water reaches the wash,
it can form a wall of water roaring down Saddlehorse Canyon and emptying into
the San Rafael River.
way between Fixit Pass and the San Rafael River, the road ended on a sand bar at
the mouth of a side canyon.