Level 1+ to 2 (Rating System)
This is a popular run. It covers a good section of the southern part of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. It includes Canyon Sin Nombre, Arroyo Seco del Diablo, Diablo Drop-off, Sandstone Canyon, Arroyo Tapiado, the Mud Caves, and Vallecito Wash.
Sandstone Canyon is also described here. Canyon Sin Nombre is also described here.
Sometimes people swing by Dos Cabezas and Piepkorn Slot too. Two tracks are included in the GPX file. One with Dos Cabezas and one without.
There was a dam and mud bog on Arroyo Seco del Diablo at about N32.90998° W116.16166° but I believe it has been pretty much washed clear as of spring 2021.
Example Run Announcement
Example Run Announcement, Including Dos Cabezas
Video from March 2019
Video from March 2017
Water Tower, Dos Cabezas
The Impossible Railroad
John Flexing Near Volcanic Hills
Cake Rock, Fish Creek Wash
A slide has caused a dam and mud bog on Arroyo Seco del Diablo. I hear it is worse after the recent rains (fall 2019). One might have to go around via Arroyo Tapiado.
Boulders and Walls in Sandstone Canyon
The new obstacle from early 2019 on Sandstone Canyon.
A Different John Returns Over Second Obstacle, Sandstone Canyon
(Note that this obstacle is off limits as of February 2021.)
Group Lunch by the Second Obstacle
The Group on the Second Obstacle