Castle Crags overlook
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Castle Crags overlook

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Vantage point showing the side of Castle Crags State Park near Dunsmuir, California.  This view looks north towards the granite spires, a former offshoot of the Sierra Batholith that has been faulted to the northwest.  Finding a decent dead-on view of the crags is a bit humiliating, considering the state park is currently closed for the season.

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