We saw the sign for the cliffs and turned off on a whim. They are about 10ks off the main rd, part of which is gravel. You come to a gate on private property which has a donation box, ($5) to assist with maintenance of the road I assume.
The cliffs are a short walk from the car park. They aren't really clay, more silt like, reminded me of big termite mounds. If you follow a wash, where water has been running down, you can walk right up between the cliffs, through narrow little openings. You will come out into sections where your completely surrounded, pretty cool.
We came across a guy walking back to his car, who told us to follow the wash (may not have otherwise as there are no signs). "its great, as long as there isn't an earthquake" That made me a tad nervous going through the cracks LOL!!
Sturdy shoes are def needed.
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