California's most mysterious mountain range has long served as geographical and psychological dividing line. Now the Tehachapis are opening up, at least a little, both for recreation and public works projects like high-speed rail. Joe Matthews says that means opportunities and risks for a range that the area's first inhabitants called "Hard Climb."
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