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Jerry Bransford
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Interesting Google photo of the Sledgehammer trail in Johnson Valley

We've all seen closeup photos of Jeeps running the notorious Sledgehammer trail in Johnson Valley, here's a different view of that trail from space via Google Earth.

Near as I can tell, since there are a lot of trails in Johnson Valley, Sledgehammer is dead-center in the below photo I zoomed around in to get reasonably close while showing the surrounding terrain. Sledgehammer goes straight up that canyon in the center and then exits over the top of the mountain to the right.

Anyway, I got a kick out of this unusual view of Sledgehammer and just wanted to share it.

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