I went out this morning for a solo hike South of Tucson with the intention of reaching the top of Keystone Peak. I did just that. There really wasn't anything special about this mountain range, other than Keystone being one of Arizona's top 100 prominent peaks and I needed to check it off the list. The route to the top was an old mining road turned into a utility road to access a set of towers at the summit. That alone eliminated the wilderness experience. The views on the other hand, were incredible, maybe the best in all of Southern Arizona. I was also able to get a good look at Baboquivari, Kitt, Coyote, and Atacosa Peaks. These are some of the last remaining mountains I have to tackle in this corner of the state, and I'm more than excited to do so. Coyote and Baboquivari Peak look quite rugged and rather impressive.