Apache Peak
November 19, 2011

Apache Peak as seen from the road as we walked in

The peak, as seen from the Hill at 6,200 feet

The steep, brushy, cliffy part of the hike

Now on the main ridge, the peak lies yonder

Scott Peavy hikes upward

Finally, I made it

South View. The big peak at left is called Granite Peak

East view at the hefty brush. Way out in the distance is the Dragoon Range and Cochise Stronghold

French Joe Peak, and more of that brush. In the back is Cerro San Jose, then to the right are the Mules, I think

Looking down at the way we came up; the road is barely visible below the ridge on the middle-right of photo. In the back: Mt Wrightson


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