Chiricahua – Day 2

Yesterday Mary and I drove the Bronco from our campground at elevation 5,400 feet to the highest elevation point accessible by vehicle at 6,800 feet. From there we climbed Sugar Loaf Mountain along some snow covered trails to the peak at 7,310 feet.

The Chiricahua Apache Indians called this area “Land Of The Standing Up Rocks” and here’s why…


That’s just one of the 27 photos I took which you can see by clicking this link…

Here’s the official website link for Chiricahua National Monument…

Here’s a Wikipedia informational link…

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