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Up on Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 are a lot of ankle-high cacti From here, I could continue downhill a few hundred feet and then up over to that next ridge in the New York MountainsThumbnailsThese burned tree skeletons near Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 don't care much about the strong winds up here!From here, I could continue downhill a few hundred feet and then up over to that next ridge in the New York MountainsThumbnailsThese burned tree skeletons near Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 don't care much about the strong winds up here!From here, I could continue downhill a few hundred feet and then up over to that next ridge in the New York MountainsThumbnailsThese burned tree skeletons near Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 don't care much about the strong winds up here!From here, I could continue downhill a few hundred feet and then up over to that next ridge in the New York MountainsThumbnailsThese burned tree skeletons near Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 don't care much about the strong winds up here!From here, I could continue downhill a few hundred feet and then up over to that next ridge in the New York MountainsThumbnailsThese burned tree skeletons near Cliff Canyon Spring Peak #2 don't care much about the strong winds up here!

This makes for interesting "avoidance hiking," and I pick up a few needles in the soles of my shoes.