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I've hiked two miles up Pine Spring Road, which ends here, so I climb a hill to get oriented for the day's off-trail hiking

I've hiked two miles up Pine Spring Road, which ends here, so I climb a hill to get oriented for the day's off-trail hiking A bit beyond the Pine Spring corral is an old water trough and a rusty water tankThumbnailsFrom this hill above Pine Spring, I see a possible route to the McCullough Mountains ridgeline straight ahead, a bit to the leftA bit beyond the Pine Spring corral is an old water trough and a rusty water tankThumbnailsFrom this hill above Pine Spring, I see a possible route to the McCullough Mountains ridgeline straight ahead, a bit to the leftA bit beyond the Pine Spring corral is an old water trough and a rusty water tankThumbnailsFrom this hill above Pine Spring, I see a possible route to the McCullough Mountains ridgeline straight ahead, a bit to the leftA bit beyond the Pine Spring corral is an old water trough and a rusty water tankThumbnailsFrom this hill above Pine Spring, I see a possible route to the McCullough Mountains ridgeline straight ahead, a bit to the leftA bit beyond the Pine Spring corral is an old water trough and a rusty water tankThumbnailsFrom this hill above Pine Spring, I see a possible route to the McCullough Mountains ridgeline straight ahead, a bit to the left

There is almost a trail here in places, probably an animal trail, but perhaps not. People do visit this area, as told by the fresh tire tracks on the road below.