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From this spot on Bathtub Spring Peak, I get a view of Cima Dome's distant, gentle curve that I haven't had before

From this spot on Bathtub Spring Peak, I get a view of Cima Dome's distant, gentle curve that I haven't had before I arrive at the top of the hill, which I'll call 'Bathtub Spring Peak,' since it has no official nameThumbnailsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowI arrive at the top of the hill, which I'll call 'Bathtub Spring Peak,' since it has no official nameThumbnailsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowI arrive at the top of the hill, which I'll call 'Bathtub Spring Peak,' since it has no official nameThumbnailsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowI arrive at the top of the hill, which I'll call 'Bathtub Spring Peak,' since it has no official nameThumbnailsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands belowI arrive at the top of the hill, which I'll call 'Bathtub Spring Peak,' since it has no official nameThumbnailsIt's a steep drop from Bathtub Spring Peak down to the badlands below

The hills in the middle ground are in the Slaughterhouse Spring area, which I haven't visited yet. I hear a hawk screeching occasionally and then see it flying around. Maybe there are nests up here.