Morning Hike Saddle Mountain, AZ – Petroglyphs, Cactus and Sweeping Views

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In this video, I take you along on a morning hike to find some ancient petroglyphs located at the base of Saddle Mountain near Tonopah, Arizona. It’s January 11th, sunny day with temps in the 60’s

After I find and view the petroglyphs, I hike up a wash and show some of the lush desert plant life that calls the shady/sheltered area home. Then we head up on a ridge for some sweeping panoramic views before descending back to the desert floor. I finish with a look at some rock art that boondockers have decorated camping areas with.

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