Marilyn and I hiked 8.6 miles at Lake Pleasant on Sunday. We hiked the Pipeline Canyon, Yavapai Point, and Wild Burro trails. We both liked the Pipeline Canyon and Yavapai Point trails. The portion of the Wild Burro trail that we hiked wasn’t quite as impressive, though we did see some wild burros as we made our way back; this made it worthwhile.
The view from one of the picnic sites near the parking lot:
A view of the floating bridge on the Pipeline Canyon Trail:
A view from the bridge:
Marilyn, on the Pipeline Canyon Trail:
A view of the lake from the lower portions of the Yavapai Point Trail:
Saguaros on the Yavapai Point Trail:
Marilyn on the Yavapai Point Trail. This trail leads to the top of a hill overlooking the lake.
Several views from the Yavapai Point Trail…
A view from the Wild Burro Trail. The yellow vegetation are plants that are drying up. It’s somewhat more yellow in this photo than it was in real life.
Two shots of the wild burros that we saw on the way back…
Marilyn on the Wild Burro trail:
Marilyn took these photos of the burros with her Sony RX10:
I got these photos with my HX90V. (I used the A7RII for the earlier photos.)