The Organ Needle is the highest peak in the Organs, with the altitude of 9012'. The round trip of the hike is about 8 miles, with elevation gain of close to 4000'. It takes about 10 hours.
4000' of climbing within 4 miles is very steep. As a matter of fact, the first half is on relatively easy terrain, which means that the most elevation gain is concentrated towards the second half.
Extremely difficult, poses challenges that are physical/spiritual/mental/psychological.
Please assess your own capability of doing it.
Meet us at Milagro Coffee at 7:30 am; or, at La Cueva picnic area parking lot at Dripping Spring of Organ Mountains and Desert Peaks National Monument at 8:00 am.
Questions or concerns, please text or call Yubao @[masked].
The following picture is Samat's GPS track of the route.