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I leave Indian Spring and start my way cross-country up to a saddle between two sets of pinnacles in the Castle Peaks

I leave Indian Spring and start my way cross-country up to a saddle between two sets of pinnacles in the Castle Peaks I leisurely filter 3 1.5-litre bottles of that greenish water from the Indian Spring tub and it tastes pretty goodThumbnailsThe climb up to this Castle Peaks saddle is about 500 feet elevation in about 3/4 mile from Indian Spring down belowI leisurely filter 3 1.5-litre bottles of that greenish water from the Indian Spring tub and it tastes pretty goodThumbnailsThe climb up to this Castle Peaks saddle is about 500 feet elevation in about 3/4 mile from Indian Spring down belowI leisurely filter 3 1.5-litre bottles of that greenish water from the Indian Spring tub and it tastes pretty goodThumbnailsThe climb up to this Castle Peaks saddle is about 500 feet elevation in about 3/4 mile from Indian Spring down belowI leisurely filter 3 1.5-litre bottles of that greenish water from the Indian Spring tub and it tastes pretty goodThumbnailsThe climb up to this Castle Peaks saddle is about 500 feet elevation in about 3/4 mile from Indian Spring down belowI leisurely filter 3 1.5-litre bottles of that greenish water from the Indian Spring tub and it tastes pretty goodThumbnailsThe climb up to this Castle Peaks saddle is about 500 feet elevation in about 3/4 mile from Indian Spring down below

I stared at these pinnacles a lot while hiking in this area last year, but didn't do the climb up to the saddle.