I climbed the steps of the Altar of Sacrifices to take this photograph. I realized that no longer could I postpone starting the climb upward. I noted a bit of red colouring near the top. Someone, more fit than I, had already made it. There are varying numbers that quantify the task ahead; 70, 75, 80 metres. The stones are sandstone, the dominant material at Toniná. Most of the interesting "stuff" is on the right (eastern) side of the structure - closer to the valley's floor I imagine.
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