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Pass Mountain Loop Trail #282
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2010-03-21
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Mar 21 2010
Darth Stiller
Hiking10.10 Miles 1,020 AEG
Hiking10.10 Miles   4 Hrs      2.53 mph
1,020 ft AEG
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1st trip
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Cat Peaks Loop
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I've already done this trail twice, but I've never "recorded" it with my GPS and never posted it on HAZ before, so now I can have it on my mini-map :y: . Started just before 7am and finished just before 11am. I added a figure 8 loop around the Cat Peaks and took the spur to the one hill of the Cat Peaks Pass Trail. The weather got warmer as the morning progressed, but not too bad. The desert still looks like someone laid down a green carpet over everything. I saw some kind of a turtle/tortoise in the last half mile of the hike. Not sure if it was an official "desert tortoise".
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