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Looking to my right, I see the high point of this range, McCullough Mountain, at just over 7000 feet I sit on McCullough Mountains Peak 6557 for a good 15 minutes and enjoy the viewsThumbnailsI bet the valley below, between here and the Lucy Gray Mountains in the middleground, would be an interesting place to exploreI sit on McCullough Mountains Peak 6557 for a good 15 minutes and enjoy the viewsThumbnailsI bet the valley below, between here and the Lucy Gray Mountains in the middleground, would be an interesting place to exploreI sit on McCullough Mountains Peak 6557 for a good 15 minutes and enjoy the viewsThumbnailsI bet the valley below, between here and the Lucy Gray Mountains in the middleground, would be an interesting place to exploreI sit on McCullough Mountains Peak 6557 for a good 15 minutes and enjoy the viewsThumbnailsI bet the valley below, between here and the Lucy Gray Mountains in the middleground, would be an interesting place to exploreI sit on McCullough Mountains Peak 6557 for a good 15 minutes and enjoy the viewsThumbnailsI bet the valley below, between here and the Lucy Gray Mountains in the middleground, would be an interesting place to explore

I originally thought I might have time to hike all the way up there and back in daylight, but I would have needed to start out a bit earlier, or follow a more direct route.