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Some stretches of the old, closed Castle Peaks road are quite eroded The old Castle Peaks road leaves the pinnacles area and dips down between rolling hills on the way back to my campsiteThumbnailsErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThe old Castle Peaks road leaves the pinnacles area and dips down between rolling hills on the way back to my campsiteThumbnailsErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThe old Castle Peaks road leaves the pinnacles area and dips down between rolling hills on the way back to my campsiteThumbnailsErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThe old Castle Peaks road leaves the pinnacles area and dips down between rolling hills on the way back to my campsiteThumbnailsErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThe old Castle Peaks road leaves the pinnacles area and dips down between rolling hills on the way back to my campsiteThumbnailsErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizable

... which is not really a surprise, since this appears to be a natural drainage corridor from the Castle Peaks area. A deer jumps out from nowhere and darts across the road. Just one deer? Where is the rest of the family?