After rising to nearly 6000 feet elevation yesterday in the Four Peaks Wilderness of the Tonto National Forest, the trail changes to a wide forest service road over rolling hills for about 10 miles.
Then,mercifully returned to narrow single track, which I love.
Here’s a shot from two days ago with Paula at Roosevelt Lake
And a look back at the four peaks wilderness with snow on the peaks
And a few more from a long 23 mile day
Hoping for more single track today,
I love the sign, the clouds, and the wood! Your photos are truly awesome!
Great pictures. 23 miles uphill seems like a hard day hiking.
It’s up and down. But the uphills were pretty steep.