Photographer's Note

Another of Phoenix's South Mountain Preserve interesting features is the Natural Tunnel in Hidden Valley. Hidden Valley is filled with rather bigger rocks than the surroundings. From its start by Fat Man Pass (a 1 foot wide gap between two boulders - see my previous photo) the trail through Hidden Valley winds its way across the valley by following a dry wash. Some places require a little scrambling, where the streambed drops a few feet over pour-offs. The path exits the basin via a second narrow passage, formed by several huge boulders lying on top of a narrow ravine, creating a natural tunnel. The Hidden Valley Trail is a side path of the National Trail connecting to that trail on both ends.

ISO 200, 1/250 at f/8.0, 55mm focal length

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