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Gila River Canyons - AZT #16, AZ
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Hiking21.50 Miles   8 Hrs   56 Mns    2.41 mph
3,900 ft AEG   
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joe bartels
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Another great adventure on the AZT.There is a reason I don't lead :o . Sor-ry. We started a little later then planned on this passage but it all worked out.This was my first time hiking in this area.We all seemed to enjoy the train tracks and bridge for some reason. It took us a little while to find the trail here but after that it was a pretty good trail. Some great views of the river and some great mountain views.There was a lot of trail hugging cactus towards the end and I think we all got a few pokes.We saw a couple 4wheel rock crawlers that left us a little wide eyed and gave us a Clint Eastwood moment. you can't... "Oh really". A big thanks to Bruce,Joe,Dave,you guys make these hikes such a blast for me.We finished up with some mexican food at Los Hermanos(i think) in Superior.Mmmm :D :y:
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