Two weeks later, Table Mountain is still there. This is what it looks like from where I parked
Now closer. The lone saguaro on the skyline is where I breached the "cliffs" and got onto the plateau
Now I'm like real close, man
On top now, on the east tip looking west
Now on the south rim, looking west
Another west view
Now looking east
The slope I ascended then would descend. There are Indian ruins atop the hill to the left.
Top row: a couple rocks I thought may be highest. The tower on top, and a zoom of the Indian ruins
Pyramid Peak from New River Road, from the north
Typical uphill view
Flag at summit, Table Mountain seen in back
Looking down, Circle Mountain Road. My car is down by the white sign. In back is big New River Mesa, in front and to the left is Cline Creek Ruins East Peak. To the right, the big hump is Elephant Mountain, and way in back-right is Black Mountain
View of Pyramid Peak from the southwest and its cool band of cliffs. The flag can barely be seen up on top
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