Mazatzal Mountains Photography Gallery

East Verde River and Riparian Trees
Raven Flying Toward Storm Clouds
Hills Below Mogollon Rim
Cottonwood Trees Along Verde River
Sycamore Trees Below High Desert Forest
Sycamore Tree Trunks
Sycamore Trees Below High Desert Forest
Stormy Weather over High Desert
Stormy Weather over High Desert
Verde River Below Storm Clouds
Silhouetted Trees Above High Desert
Rocky Green Hills
Rolling Hills and Clouds
Clouds Passing Over Large Canyon
Stormy Cloud over Oak-Lined Mountains
Stormy Cloud over Oak-Lined Mountains
Rainbow Over Burned Desert Forest
Rainbow over High Desert Hills
Rainbow over High Desert Hills
Rainbow over High Desert Hills
Mogollon Rim Below Storm Clouds
Rain Showers over Desert Plateau
Stormy Weather over Desert Mountains
Stormy Weather Above Northern Hills
Storm Clouds over Rocky Terrain
Arizona Trail in High Desert Forest
Oak Leaves on Pine Tree Trunk
Evergreen Forest in Desert Canyon
Rain Showers over Desert Mountains
Rain Showers over Desert Mountains
Stormy Weather over High Desert Forest
Lupine Leaves with Rain Drops
Large Storm Cloud Building
Burned Trees Among Regrowth
Storm Clouds over Oak Forest
Silhouetted Trees Against Mountains
Storm Clouds over Mountains
Clouds Lifting Above Desert Wilderness
Storm Clouds over Mountains
Rain Showers over Oak Forest
Foggy Weather in High Desert Mountains
Foggy Weather in High Desert Mountains
Storm Clouds over Burned Oak Trees
Storm Cloud over Mountains
Storm Cloud over Mountains
Clearing Fog from Desert Mountains
Pine Tree Trunks in Oak Tree Forest

Mazatzal Mountains Information

The Mazatzal Mountains are some of the most impressive and primal mountains in Arizona. They contain two different wilderness areas, the Four Peaks Wilderness and the Mazatzal Wilderness. They dominate the landscape for dozens of miles around and are a popular hiking destination to escape the nearby desert heat, yet still receive very little traffic. They're also known for being one of the more rugged sections along the Arizona Trail. The trail passes along the east side of the Four Peaks, climbing just short of the base of the peaks. It then heads north under Highway 87 and toward Saddle Mountain before climbing much higher into the deeper Mazatzals. The mountains are home to many extraordinary hiking trails, including the Barnhardt Trail, among many others.

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