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A few rather large Chia sages grow in this Castle Peaks wash A few stretches of this Castle Peaks wash have a lot of thorny Catclaw acacia bushes to avoidThumbnailsI climb out of the wash and crawl under the barbed-wire fence again, in order to continue hiking toward Indian SpringA few stretches of this Castle Peaks wash have a lot of thorny Catclaw acacia bushes to avoidThumbnailsI climb out of the wash and crawl under the barbed-wire fence again, in order to continue hiking toward Indian SpringA few stretches of this Castle Peaks wash have a lot of thorny Catclaw acacia bushes to avoidThumbnailsI climb out of the wash and crawl under the barbed-wire fence again, in order to continue hiking toward Indian SpringA few stretches of this Castle Peaks wash have a lot of thorny Catclaw acacia bushes to avoidThumbnailsI climb out of the wash and crawl under the barbed-wire fence again, in order to continue hiking toward Indian SpringA few stretches of this Castle Peaks wash have a lot of thorny Catclaw acacia bushes to avoidThumbnailsI climb out of the wash and crawl under the barbed-wire fence again, in order to continue hiking toward Indian Spring

This part of the wash is quite open, with fewer catclaw acacia bushes to watch out for: easy hiking.