Sonoyta Mountain
January 16, 2016

View from Senita Basin Road, about a mile west of the peak

View of the main mass, from the trail that runs along the north slopes

Scott and Matthias scamper up the slopes

The view of the top as seen from the point where Scott was standing in the previous photo

The top is closer...

North view, Pinkley Peak is the main peak. Peak 2306 that we climbed earlier is visible to the right, below the conical peak

Northwest view, with the Cipriano Hills way in the back, slightly right of center

South view of the Sonoyta Mountains, the town of Sonoyta in Mexico, and big Cerro Cucapa

The ridge we came up, and would descend

Now down low on the ridge, looking back up. That's not the summit, but a rock outcrop

Me working up a sweat (c) Scott Peavy

Descending (c) Scott Peavy


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