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I reach the Wilderness boundary and exit onto the part of Castle Peaks Road that is still open to vehicles

I reach the Wilderness boundary and exit onto the part of Castle Peaks Road that is still open to vehicles Erosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThumbnailsHome for the night at the Castle Peaks trailheadErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThumbnailsHome for the night at the Castle Peaks trailheadErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThumbnailsHome for the night at the Castle Peaks trailheadErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThumbnailsHome for the night at the Castle Peaks trailheadErosion is so severe in a few spots on the old Castle Peaks road that the roadbed is almost unrecognizableThumbnailsHome for the night at the Castle Peaks trailhead

This has been such an enjoyable hike that I hate to see it come to an end. My strength has been building up over the past few days, so I feel good after hiking 10 miles: a bit tired of course, but not exhausted.