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I finally reach the top of the drainage and am treated to an unexpected panorama across the Ivanpah Valley I zoom in closer and, yes, there is a slot in the cliffs that I might be able to hikeThumbnailsThe succession of ridges visible from Dove Spring Peaks stands out in the pre-dusk sunlight; I recognize those pinnaclesI zoom in closer and, yes, there is a slot in the cliffs that I might be able to hikeThumbnailsThe succession of ridges visible from Dove Spring Peaks stands out in the pre-dusk sunlight; I recognize those pinnaclesI zoom in closer and, yes, there is a slot in the cliffs that I might be able to hikeThumbnailsThe succession of ridges visible from Dove Spring Peaks stands out in the pre-dusk sunlight; I recognize those pinnaclesI zoom in closer and, yes, there is a slot in the cliffs that I might be able to hikeThumbnailsThe succession of ridges visible from Dove Spring Peaks stands out in the pre-dusk sunlight; I recognize those pinnaclesI zoom in closer and, yes, there is a slot in the cliffs that I might be able to hikeThumbnailsThe succession of ridges visible from Dove Spring Peaks stands out in the pre-dusk sunlight; I recognize those pinnacles

Since these New York Mountains hills have no name, I'll call them "Dove Spring Peaks" because they overlook the area of Dove Spring, which I've heard is dry.