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 Posted: Mon Nov 21st, 2016 03:04 am
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Edit, typo, meant 'Couple pics."

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Great pictures, thanks for sharing .

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Fixed it
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Very nice, can you tell us where the third pic with the small beaches is?

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azbandit66 wrote: Very nice, can you tell us where the third pic with the small beaches is?
I forgot the names, will have to look at my guide book.  They are bays about 22 miles above SC, 5 miles past San Pedro.  There were two cars in the one on the far right in that pic, one a small economy car, so you can drive there from SC.

Here's what the road looks like right off the beach.






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Looks like Ensenada Chica to me, especially with the few houses at the back. Just north of Venezia.

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Thanks guys, I thought I've explored all the areas north of S.C. I usually go all the way to the fence line that runs parallel to ("Cactus or Christmas Island"). Can anyone help me out? The only time I've been able to go north of the fence line was during a Jeep Jamboree. I've got a Polaris Ranger and am also looking for new roads/trails north to explore.

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You can drive there from SC but have to go up to the road to Kino, Hiway 61 and go back in from that way. Long dusty road through farm country towards Himalaya and take the branch to the South.

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JZ, can you show us on google maps where this? it has my interest peaked as well!frank

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frankiej wrote: JZ, can you show us on google maps where this? it has my interest peaked as well!frank
Ensenada Chica.





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JZ, thanks!! i have been there many times! it just looks different from the air!! 

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Thanks Rich, so I'd need to get on 15 and head North a little? I was hoping there was a back way in through the ranches.

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If you have access to the ranches (quite a few people have padlock keys) you can get to Robinson Canyon, a few miles north of La Manga. After that the terrain is too rugged, no trails that I know of. You can check on Google Earth but realistically the only way to get to the beaches from Ensenada Chica to El Colorado is by taking dirt roads off hiway 61. That is about 25 miles North of San Carlos at the Pemex where the sign says Bajia Kino. Obviously you would have to trailer the ATV up there.

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Incredible pictures. Thanks for sharing. What is the model of your drone. Best to be specific in my letter to Santa.

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RichD wrote: Incredible pictures. Thanks for sharing. What is the model of your drone. Best to be specific in my letter to Santa.
Lol.  I use a DJI Phantom 4.  They just came out with the Mavic in September.  That's what I recommend. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1d_ptE6yrc

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