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I've just climbed up the single short, steep hill on the way out of Pine Spring The first part of the backtrack ride away from the Pine Spring area rolls in between some low hillsThumbnailsFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThe first part of the backtrack ride away from the Pine Spring area rolls in between some low hillsThumbnailsFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThe first part of the backtrack ride away from the Pine Spring area rolls in between some low hillsThumbnailsFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThe first part of the backtrack ride away from the Pine Spring area rolls in between some low hillsThumbnailsFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThe first part of the backtrack ride away from the Pine Spring area rolls in between some low hillsThumbnailsFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach Searchlight

I'm still quite tired this morning, so even this little hill, which I had to walk up, feels like a lot of work. I can't wait until my strength builds up as this trip continues!