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Wood Canyon - Peak 4,054
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2011-01-08
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Jan 08 2011
Grasshopper
Hiking3.20 Miles 996 AEG
Hiking3.20 Miles
996 ft AEG
 
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After a very enjoyable and rewarding off-trail morning hike to locate, document, and view "Wood Canyon-Tower Arch", it was impossible for me to pass-up Eric's offer for his proposed afternoon first time adventure--> http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=173971 . This towering Peak 4054 would be our first time try for summit, and completely off trail as well.

I am pretty good at producing, downloading, and following a previously hiked or previous published hike description, but remote route finding for the first time is not my back country forte, so having Eric in the lead on this one would help assure we find the best route to and back. It was an excellent afternoon adventure to top off our days' hiking and like our "Wood Canyon-Tower Arch" morning hike, we both felt it enjoyable enough to share with all here via a new HAZ hike description with our documented pic sets and default GPS hiking / TH driving tracks. :D
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