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McCullough Mountains Peak 6425 marks a decision point as far as route-following is concerned I can still see a bit of the Ivanpah Dry Lake area from McCullough Mountains Peak 6425ThumbnailsI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleI can still see a bit of the Ivanpah Dry Lake area from McCullough Mountains Peak 6425ThumbnailsI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleI can still see a bit of the Ivanpah Dry Lake area from McCullough Mountains Peak 6425ThumbnailsI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleI can still see a bit of the Ivanpah Dry Lake area from McCullough Mountains Peak 6425ThumbnailsI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middleI can still see a bit of the Ivanpah Dry Lake area from McCullough Mountains Peak 6425ThumbnailsI'll start the hike back to camp by hiking up the hill at centre-left, then following the ridge down to the hill in the middle

From here, I would veer to the left for the hike to the McCullough Mountain summit, or to the right to head back toward camp in the Pine Spring area. At this time of day, I'm opting for the right fork toward Pine Spring.