Woolsey Peak
December 5, 2007

Woolsey Peak

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!


Arizona PageMain PageTrip Report


(c) 2017 Scott Surgent. For entertainment purposes only. This report is not meant to replace maps, compass, gps and other common sense hiking/navigation items. Neither I nor the webhost can be held responsible for unfortunate situations that may arise based on these trip reports. Conditions (physical and legal) change over time! Some of these hikes are major mountaineering or backpacking endeavors that require skill, proper gear, proper fitness and general experience.