Joe's Canyon Peak (Peak 6606)
December 3, 2023

Peak 6606 - Joe's Canyon Peak - as seen from below

The trail goes up the canyon in the center, to the left of the cliff

Portion of the trail hewn into the rock below the cliff

Higher up, it opens up more. Note the moon above the skyline

The Mule Mountains are framed by the peaks as I look down

The peak

Approaching the top

The top

West: the distant peaks are the Patagonia Mountains, with the left-most hump being Cerro San Antonio in Mexico. Closer in the tip of the border wall can be seen with an ugly road built to access it

Looking south into Mexico

East, view of Cerro San Jose, and the border wall

Northeast: Mule Mountains

Miller Peak is the highest peak, and Coronado Peak is closer, to the left

View as I exit


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