|Part of Yavapai Point Trail parallels Pipeline Canyon Trail, on the other side of the canyon.
|Saguaro cactus fruit. The Tohono O'odham call the fruit "bahidaj".
|A grasshopper color coordinated to his environment.
|I don't recall seeing as much saguaro cactus fruit as I have this summer.
|Looking back on our way up.
|My hiking buddy Frank, doing Frank things.
|Looking down on Pipeline Canyon Trail at the bridge that crosses the water.
|The view from the top, also where we had our snack.
|Frank at the top.
|Me at the top.
|Me, on our way down.
|Lowest elevation 2003 ft, highest elevation 2382 ft, for an elevation gain of 379 ft.
|To find the Yavapai Point Trail, park at the North end of the Pipeline Canyon Trail, from this trail you'll find the trailhead signs to Yavapai Point Trail.
|Today's hike was 3.2 miles.
(YTD: 76.3 miles)