On Monday, March 20, I hiked to the summit of Webster Mountain, the highpoint of the Salt River Mountains, a few miles northwest of Globe, Arizona. Webster Mountain has 1519 feet of topographic prominence, making it the 150th most prominent peak in Arizona. It lies in the Arizona Transition Zone, a physiographic region of Arizona separating the Colorado Plateau to the north and east and Arizona’s Basin and Range to the south and west.
Most of the hike was on a primitive road, sometimes quite eroded, sometimes in good shape, and sometimes a rocky path.[Read more…] about Webster Mountain, Arizona, March 2023