Stewart Mountain
December 27, 2015

Stewart Mountain's summit is to the right, as viewed from Bush Highway

The first ascent gully, as seen from the highway

Same gully, now at its base

Above the gully, the terrain flattens, then gains to the summit ahead

Saguaro Lake, with Weaver's Needle in back

The topmost rock

Stick Scott at the very top

West view: McDowell Peak, and the McDowell Ranges farther back

Four Peaks is framed by hills, as I near the gully on the descent


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