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As I climb up the other side, I look over to the hill that I just descended Apparently, a lot of water (and rocks) from the mountains runs down this wash during the wetter months. This must have hindered access to the old mine up on the mountainside.ThumbnailsSplashes of color begin to appear as I get a little higherApparently, a lot of water (and rocks) from the mountains runs down this wash during the wetter months. This must have hindered access to the old mine up on the mountainside.ThumbnailsSplashes of color begin to appear as I get a little higherApparently, a lot of water (and rocks) from the mountains runs down this wash during the wetter months. This must have hindered access to the old mine up on the mountainside.ThumbnailsSplashes of color begin to appear as I get a little higherApparently, a lot of water (and rocks) from the mountains runs down this wash during the wetter months. This must have hindered access to the old mine up on the mountainside.ThumbnailsSplashes of color begin to appear as I get a little higherApparently, a lot of water (and rocks) from the mountains runs down this wash during the wetter months. This must have hindered access to the old mine up on the mountainside.ThumbnailsSplashes of color begin to appear as I get a little higher

The old road passing over the tailings pile and then zigzagging down the hill is very difficult to discern from here because it's so eroded and grown-in.