A titanic view of the Castle Crags from the confluence of Castle Creek (left) and the Sacramento River (right). The water level was very high even though the spring thaw had not commenced yet. The Crags are over 3,500 feet above the confluence. Castle Dome is on the far right. Six Toe Rock is just to the dome's left. April2012.
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