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Hunter Trail - Picacho Peak
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2011-01-08
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Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking Jan 08 2011
Sarae
Hiking4.25 Miles 1,374 AEG
Hiking4.25 Miles
1,374 ft AEG
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1st trip
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ABC - Group
A day hike with ABC. This one was on my list FOREVER, so I'm very happy to see what it's all about. It was a great day for hiking, though there was quite a bit of air pollution. We actually decided to bag all three of the peaks. The first one (someone on the trail told us that it is called Razorback), involves some scrambling from the saddle and if you have problems with exposure or ledges, then it might not be for you. There is a use path to follow in this section. We backtracked to the saddle and continued on Hunter Trail to Picacho Peak and visited the third small peak on our way back to the parking lot. Met Angela and her cousin on the way up to the peak and got the hug she had promised me :)
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