Martina Mountain
December 30, 2017

Martina Mountain

View of the main peak and its lower eastern neighbor, taken as we returned. The saguaro blocks out the sun

View up from the saddle. Note the saguaro at the very top

Now about 150 feet below the top, aiming for that saguaro

Now on the ridge, looking at the summit

View back at the saddle

Northeast view: that saguaro, plus the Roskruge Mountains. You can also see Wasson Peak, Golden Gate and Cat Mountain, then way in back, The Santa Catalina Range, Agua Caliente Peak and Mica Mountain

View southwest toward the Coyote Mountains with Babo rising behind

Me, then Scott on the rocky slopes, a view of Scott's FJ as we return, and the concrete pad at the end of the road, in case anyone cares


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