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Erosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizable

Erosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizable Some stretches of the old, closed Castle Peaks road are quite erodedThumbnailsI reach the Wilderness boundary and exit onto the part of Castle Peaks Road that is still open to vehiclesSome stretches of the old, closed Castle Peaks road are quite erodedThumbnailsI reach the Wilderness boundary and exit onto the part of Castle Peaks Road that is still open to vehiclesSome stretches of the old, closed Castle Peaks road are quite erodedThumbnailsI reach the Wilderness boundary and exit onto the part of Castle Peaks Road that is still open to vehiclesSome stretches of the old, closed Castle Peaks road are quite erodedThumbnailsI reach the Wilderness boundary and exit onto the part of Castle Peaks Road that is still open to vehiclesSome stretches of the old, closed Castle Peaks road are quite erodedThumbnailsI reach the Wilderness boundary and exit onto the part of Castle Peaks Road that is still open to vehicles

I can see why the road is closed to vehicles beyond my campsite, since spots like this are impassible to most vehicles. It still makes for a nice trail.