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A cattle-guard marks my entry into the McCullough Mountains area After a short distance, I turn back for my last view of the Castle Peaks before I disappear into the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI pass an old mine site, clearly marked, and am tempted to stop to exploreAfter a short distance, I turn back for my last view of the Castle Peaks before I disappear into the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI pass an old mine site, clearly marked, and am tempted to stop to exploreAfter a short distance, I turn back for my last view of the Castle Peaks before I disappear into the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI pass an old mine site, clearly marked, and am tempted to stop to exploreAfter a short distance, I turn back for my last view of the Castle Peaks before I disappear into the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI pass an old mine site, clearly marked, and am tempted to stop to exploreAfter a short distance, I turn back for my last view of the Castle Peaks before I disappear into the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsI pass an old mine site, clearly marked, and am tempted to stop to explore

The dirt road ahead, in good condition so far, rises slowly into the rolling hills on the southeast end of the McCullough Mountains here.