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Tucson, AZ
 
Hiking4.00 Miles   3 Hrs   36 Mns    1.11 mph
1,374 ft AEG   
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Although I had done this hike before, it was so long ago (1995) that I had forgotten how challenging it was. I'm not talking about the sections that are cable-assisted but rather a few areas where the "trail" comes perilously close to the edge of a sheer dropoff. Those were the spots in particular where we took it very slowly since the footing was usually loose scree. Quite the workout. The park is scheduled to close June 3 (!)
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