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Walking Box Ranch Road passes fairly close to the Castle Peaks, which are visible from Nipton down below on the other side

Walking Box Ranch Road passes fairly close to the Castle Peaks, which are visible from Nipton down below on the other side Views of the New York Mountains (today's destination) while heading west on Walking Box Ranch RoadThumbnailsThere are a few sharp turns on Walking Box Ranch RoadViews of the New York Mountains (today's destination) while heading west on Walking Box Ranch RoadThumbnailsThere are a few sharp turns on Walking Box Ranch RoadViews of the New York Mountains (today's destination) while heading west on Walking Box Ranch RoadThumbnailsThere are a few sharp turns on Walking Box Ranch RoadViews of the New York Mountains (today's destination) while heading west on Walking Box Ranch RoadThumbnailsThere are a few sharp turns on Walking Box Ranch RoadViews of the New York Mountains (today's destination) while heading west on Walking Box Ranch RoadThumbnailsThere are a few sharp turns on Walking Box Ranch Road

Castle Peaks are actually part of the New York Mountains, but their lower stature makes them seem separate from the taller formations west of Ivanpah Road.

Castle Peaks is a recommended hiking area, and I consider ending today's trip somewhere along here, but I already have the idea of camping closer to Keystone Canyon planted in my mind.

So I continue.