Another very enjoyable day in our Sierra Ancha Wilderness
hiking with gpsjoe again and an opportunity to meet and hike with Marland what we call the Reynolds Creek Loop Hike
We have posted our GPS Routes with info details FYI for this excellent loop utilizing the 4.1 mile Reynolds Creek TR#150 (entire trail length optional), which includes a decommissioned trail segment connecting #150 with the Center Mountain TR#142 back to #150 and also including a short bonus spur trail segment off the decommissioned trail to an excellent high bluff viewpoint/lunch spot overlooking rugged upper Pueblo Canyon below and the Cherry Creek Drainage in the distance.. http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=137693
Hiking elevation for this 70% shaded loop hike with two TH Start options available (see my GPS Route info notes for TH info, etc..) is between a 6150ft low to a high of 7624ft. A very
nice summer hiking altitude for a Phoenix/Tucson area heat escape!
All visual details are documented in our posted pic sets and further detailed in gpsjoe's informative trip log summary--> http://hikearizona.com/TL.php?ID=51864
. I do hope you will consider giving this one a try.
It's a recommended winner!