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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Mar 28 2010
rwstorm
Hiking5.50 Miles 1,500 AEG
Hiking5.50 Miles   5 Hrs      1.10 mph
1,500 ft AEG
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The second hike of our Superstition weekend was up to Fremont Saddle via the Peralta Trail. This is always a busy trail, but I enjoy talking to other hikers along the way, as well as taking photos. The lush lower canyon section was at its best, with lots of happy plants and flowers. After a nice long break up at the saddle, our group headed over to the Weavers Needle overlook point by the pine tree. From there we took the Cave Trail back down. Everyone just loves this route past Geronimo Cave and down Devil's Slide! This was Angela's first time down this way, so I was really playing up Devil's Slide :scared: as we approached. But as she found out, it isn't nearly as scary as it sounds! Not that you don't need to be careful though. Doing this hike as a loop is what really makes it a winner in my opinion. After reaching the Bluff Spring Trail, we headed back to Peralta Trailhead and the cars. A perfect finish to yet another great time in the western Superstitions. :D
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