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Site 14, Castle Wash
From Lake Canyon, they traversed a sandy desert stretch for ten miles, at which point they dropped into Castle Wash. Castle Wash was followed to the Clay Hills cliff. Castle Wash was named for a cliff dweling that is in a small cave adjacent to the wash.

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Castle Wash -- Lamont Crabtree Photo
Castle Wash
Castle Wash -- Lamont Crabtree Photo
Castle Wash - wagon route
Castle Ruin -- Lamont Crabtree Photo
Castle Ruin - namesake for the wash
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