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Dripping Springs from Peralta, AZ
2011-01-163 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Backpack23.20 Miles2 Days          
3,100 ft AEG   
1st Trip Logged
Partners 
te-wa
Due to car trouble, had to change plans. The creek along Coffee Flat is flowing in sections. Speaking of which, I'm changing the trail sign to say Coffee Hills next time I'm out there, where's the flat part?

Set up camp at Dripping Springs and did the Randolph-Fraser Loop. Short hike out Sunday.

Saw a HAZ sticker on a tan pickup at the Peralta lot.
Autumn Foliage Observation Isolated

Dripping Spring Dripping
Dripping and unusable, per normal situation. Creek is flowing though, so water is not a problem.

Randolph Spring Gallon + per minute
Flowing pretty good, creek runs for a little while before it disappears underground and reappears in sections.

Whetstone Spring Gallon + per minute
Creek was flowing, so the spring itself flow can't be discerned from the rest.
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