Keystone Peak
November 18, 2006

Zoom image of the Sierrita Mountains seen from about 30 miles away from the Gilbert Ray Campground near Tucson

The gate at the road at the start of the hike

The McGee Ranch cemetery

Beth walking up the trail

Looking back east from the pass near Ox Frame Tank junction

The road, and off in the distance, the Santa Rita Mountains rise, with Mount Wrightson barely poking above!

Here's me on top it all

Beth ambles down the road; the summit towers are above her

A cabin dating from c.1911

Keystone after a spring storm (Apr 2007)


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