Cintura Hill
February 12, 2024

Cintura Hill from the northeast. The pointy peak is not the highpoint. The highpoint is slightly behind

Typical ridge scene

The summits reappear as I ascend the ridge

The last saddle below the peaks. East Cintura is left, West Cintura is right, slightly higher

Closing in on East Cintura's top

Look over at West Cintura

Top of East Cintura

West Cintura

Top thereof

Look back at East Cintura

View down the ridge I ascended

View west: the main Mule Mountains. Ballard and Fissure are the high peaks, then in the distance is Juniper Peak. Mural Hill is roughly centered but blends in with the background peaks.


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