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South Carrizo Creek follows its namesake water tributary through a flood plane resulting in one of the greenest trails in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. With lush vegetation and perfect for late winter flowers, the trail provides spectacular views of the Vallecito, Tierra Blanco, and the Sawtooth Mountains in one direction and the Carrizo Badlands in another. When exploring the more famous trails, such as Canyon Sin Nombre, don't lose sight of this gem hidden in plain sight.
South Carrizo Creek can be run in either direction, connecting S2 to Bow Willow Creek Road. The road is smooth with packed to soft shallow sand and no obstacles. It is suitable for any high-clearance vehicle.
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