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Charlebois Loop II, AZ
2010-01-319 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking16.00 Miles          
2,680 ft AEG   
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With the rains the last few weeks, all of the springs and creeks were flowing nicely! Marley even found several pools deep enough to swim in. Light traffic for a weekend in the Superstitions, though there was a large group of college students camping just after the turnoff for Bluff Springs, and several groups along that last leg of the trail. The water makes for a little extra work at the creek crossings, but nothing too bad. The Whiskey Springs and Red Tanks trails are in good shape, though pants would still be recommended, and make for a more scenic route to Charlebois.
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