These ruins are near the town of Gisela, AZ, and are suspected to have been built by the Salado in the 13th century.
After a short but steep hike, there are many well-preserved walls at the top of Black Mountain. One can easily discern the various rooms and the ‘avenues’ between them.
Interestingly, there appeared to be wild watermelons growing in the corner of a few rooms.
This ruin was difficult to photograph due to the tall grass and side of the summit. I’d like to return for another attempt.