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Hershberger Ridge, NM
2010-03-117 by
 
Southeast, NM
 
Canyoneering9.62 Miles   5 Hrs   35 Mns    1.72 mph
2,623 ft AEG   
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Explored the Middle Cut drainages in Marble Canyon, and reviewed the potential entry points for the Hershberger Peak ridge trail. Snow storm turned me around shy of the peak, but made it to top of both mid canyons... then, hit Goat Springs trail on way home... shorter day than planned, but did not feel like fighting the cold and wet up higher..
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