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I'm high enough now to see all the way across the west end of Ivanpah Valley I take an energy bar (mmm, chocolate) break behind a boulder pile; it's really windy up here at 6015 feet elevationThumbnailsI hike up the rather barren hill toward the overlook above the Cliff Canyon Spring areaI take an energy bar (mmm, chocolate) break behind a boulder pile; it's really windy up here at 6015 feet elevationThumbnailsI hike up the rather barren hill toward the overlook above the Cliff Canyon Spring areaI take an energy bar (mmm, chocolate) break behind a boulder pile; it's really windy up here at 6015 feet elevationThumbnailsI hike up the rather barren hill toward the overlook above the Cliff Canyon Spring areaI take an energy bar (mmm, chocolate) break behind a boulder pile; it's really windy up here at 6015 feet elevationThumbnailsI hike up the rather barren hill toward the overlook above the Cliff Canyon Spring areaI take an energy bar (mmm, chocolate) break behind a boulder pile; it's really windy up here at 6015 feet elevationThumbnailsI hike up the rather barren hill toward the overlook above the Cliff Canyon Spring area

Out there in the haze is the gentle curve of Cima Dome. Butcher Knife Canyon is just down below at the left.