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I hike past another set of Wilderness markers on the west side of the Castle Peaks Road dry reservoir I veer to the west (right) when I reach the dry reservoir 1/3 mile down Castle Peaks Road, instead of staying on the 'main road'ThumbnailsA few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestI veer to the west (right) when I reach the dry reservoir 1/3 mile down Castle Peaks Road, instead of staying on the 'main road'ThumbnailsA few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestI veer to the west (right) when I reach the dry reservoir 1/3 mile down Castle Peaks Road, instead of staying on the 'main road'ThumbnailsA few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestI veer to the west (right) when I reach the dry reservoir 1/3 mile down Castle Peaks Road, instead of staying on the 'main road'ThumbnailsA few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forestI veer to the west (right) when I reach the dry reservoir 1/3 mile down Castle Peaks Road, instead of staying on the 'main road'ThumbnailsA few Mojave asters are still blooming in this joshua-tree forest

The former ranch roads in this Wilderness area serve as good hiking trails these days, even though they aren't formally considered as trails.