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I reach Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #1 and take in the views from just under 6500 feet The top of the hill is really windswept, but a scattering of junipers seems to live just fine up hereThumbnailsI ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThe top of the hill is really windswept, but a scattering of junipers seems to live just fine up hereThumbnailsI ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThe top of the hill is really windswept, but a scattering of junipers seems to live just fine up hereThumbnailsI ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThe top of the hill is really windswept, but a scattering of junipers seems to live just fine up hereThumbnailsI ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is wellThe top of the hill is really windswept, but a scattering of junipers seems to live just fine up hereThumbnailsI ramble along the ridge above Cliff Canyon Spring a bit, and send a few text messages to let folks that all is well

Great views. It looks like it might be possible to hike down to Cliff Canyon Spring below (not today), which I thought would be too steep (and maybe it is too steep, in places).