December 5, 2007
Now a bit closer. Peak 2,030 is the little point partially hidden on the right
Peak 2,030 from above
High on the rock apron below the cliffs. Not a great photo, but note the lean of the saguaro. It's actually truly vertical. This was about a 35 to 40 degree slope
Rock circle at the summit
The 'other' summit
The Gila Bend Mountains off in the distance. Teddybear cholla cactus everywhere up atop Woolsey. Amazing place!
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