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Once I get past the crazy, steep and rocky part at the beginning of the short descent, the rest is easy

Once I get past the crazy, steep and rocky part at the beginning of the short descent, the rest is easy It's quite steep, but I conclude that I should be able to wind my way down the hill safely, and stay on the ridge lineThumbnailsPhlox, cacti and pinyon pines on the McCullough Mountains ridge lineIt's quite steep, but I conclude that I should be able to wind my way down the hill safely, and stay on the ridge lineThumbnailsPhlox, cacti and pinyon pines on the McCullough Mountains ridge lineIt's quite steep, but I conclude that I should be able to wind my way down the hill safely, and stay on the ridge lineThumbnailsPhlox, cacti and pinyon pines on the McCullough Mountains ridge lineIt's quite steep, but I conclude that I should be able to wind my way down the hill safely, and stay on the ridge lineThumbnailsPhlox, cacti and pinyon pines on the McCullough Mountains ridge lineIt's quite steep, but I conclude that I should be able to wind my way down the hill safely, and stay on the ridge lineThumbnailsPhlox, cacti and pinyon pines on the McCullough Mountains ridge line

Looking down makes me think it would be fun to ride the bottom of this hill on a mountain bike. The space between the junipers on the way down is like an old grown-in trail.