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Highline Trail #31, AZ
2010-08-0713 by
 
Payson, AZ
 
Hiking8.90 Miles          
1,484 ft AEG   
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Finished off AZT passage #27. From Geronimo to Red Rock Spring...the views were pretty nice.
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Payson, AZ
 
Hiking7.90 Miles          
1,493 ft AEG   
Linked  None
Partners None
Headed east from Washington Park for about 3 miles and the went down a 4wd trail. Next was off trail up Dude Creek(my favorite part of the hike). Then back to Washington Park.
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