We drove up to around 6500 or 7000 feet and hiked from there. I can't remember the trail names as my uncle was my guide. After hiking 2 hours we sat on a rocky vista, eating some snacks, admiring the view. Then we hiked 2 hours back to the road. The hike was moderate, some steeper inclines, but mainly well kept trails. there are more speciaes of trees and plants up in the altitiude where rain and cooler temps are more prevalent than in the desert valley of Tucson. The views were spectacular. I only wish I had time to make it to the top of the mountain and back. Bring water, beware of mountain lions and bears, snakes, etc.
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