National Geographic : 1952 Jun
© National Geographic Society 4 Switchback Trails Force Jeeps to Zig in Low, Zag in Reverse On the Four Corners range, a cowboy's best friend is often his jeep. Backing up, then edging forward, he negotiates winding trails which cattlemen have hacked in the sandstone hillsides. Conical buttes (background) are called the "Coke Ovens." Kodachrolmes by Jack Breed A' Horse and Man Seem to Agree: It's Tough Going Jeeps and station wagon jolted and pitched into all but the most remote crannies of the Needles coun try, then the men took to horseback and shanks' mare. Saddle-sore Ben Cornwall relaxes on a jeep seat; gun toting guide Ross Musselman squats on boot heels.