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Molly's Nipple, AZ
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Hiked up a small mountain known in the area as Molly's Nipple. The peak is right next to Gobbler's Peak which appears to be only slightly higher. The peak at Molly's is much more interesting with the large rock formation jutting up out of the peak. I did not climb the peak today as this requires a category 5 climb. Although an easy climb, plenty of exposure, no ropes for a safe descent and no hiking partner. Decided to hike to the base of the "nipple", around it and then return the way I came.
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