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Ragged Top, AZ
2010-04-2416 by
 
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Tucson, AZ
 
Hiking3.00 Miles   5 Hrs       0.60 mph
1,900 ft AEG   
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This wasn't the original trip planned since it was a little windy in the Gila Box area this weekend - so Ironwood here we come. Since we had a little weather this week, it was a tad bit cooler, allowing us to do this warm desert hike.

I didn't think I'd ever do Ragged Top again, let alone so quickly after my last trip (back in February). Both Belinda and I got stuck with teddy bear chollas. Ouch. The "trail" was overgrown; however, we didn't see, hear, or otherwise witness any snakes. Joel and Belinda both saw bighorn sheep. I just saw sheep droppings. Spent the night camping down the road with a nearly full moon lighting up the sky. (If these flowers ever slow down, I might be able to speed up on these hikes!)
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There are just two switchbacks left. And another half-mile to the destination...
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