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On the way up Cima Road, I pass the little dirt road that leads over to Cut Spring

On the way up Cima Road, I pass the little dirt road that leads over to Cut Spring The six-mile crawl up Cima Road rises another 800 feet up to 5000 feet elevation and is quite pleasant with very little trafficThumbnailsAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThe six-mile crawl up Cima Road rises another 800 feet up to 5000 feet elevation and is quite pleasant with very little trafficThumbnailsAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThe six-mile crawl up Cima Road rises another 800 feet up to 5000 feet elevation and is quite pleasant with very little trafficThumbnailsAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThe six-mile crawl up Cima Road rises another 800 feet up to 5000 feet elevation and is quite pleasant with very little trafficThumbnailsAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsitesThe six-mile crawl up Cima Road rises another 800 feet up to 5000 feet elevation and is quite pleasant with very little trafficThumbnailsAfter six more uphill miles, I reach the little plateau at the top of Cima Road and turn down the dirt road to the campsites

I have no idea if Cut Spring contains water, but I might check it out while doing a day hike tomorrow. When I took this photo two years ago, I didn't know there were potentially useful springs in this area.