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Well, I guess I'll drop down into the valley between these Castle Peaks hills and start heading back to my campsite

Well, I guess I'll drop down into the valley between these Castle Peaks hills and start heading back to my campsite This Castle Peaks set of pinnacles is just as awesome as the last one; the one in front of me is Dove PeakThumbnailsI notice a natural arch in the Castle Peaks pinnacles as I start my way down the hillThis Castle Peaks set of pinnacles is just as awesome as the last one; the one in front of me is Dove PeakThumbnailsI notice a natural arch in the Castle Peaks pinnacles as I start my way down the hillThis Castle Peaks set of pinnacles is just as awesome as the last one; the one in front of me is Dove PeakThumbnailsI notice a natural arch in the Castle Peaks pinnacles as I start my way down the hillThis Castle Peaks set of pinnacles is just as awesome as the last one; the one in front of me is Dove PeakThumbnailsI notice a natural arch in the Castle Peaks pinnacles as I start my way down the hillThis Castle Peaks set of pinnacles is just as awesome as the last one; the one in front of me is Dove PeakThumbnailsI notice a natural arch in the Castle Peaks pinnacles as I start my way down the hill

I always hate to leave the high-elevation point of any hike, but Mojave Desert washes are just as much fun to explore as the high points.