From Potash Road, Pyramid Butte travels to the edge of the Colorado River, where you can see across to Chicken Corners. The road is primarily soft dirt and would be difficult in wet weather due to mud. A few patches of rocky soil are filled with goofball to baseball-sized rocks. Interestingly, patches of prickly pear cacti and sand dunes are built up against its namesake, Pyramid Butte. No camping is permitted.
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