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Aylor's Arch, AZ
2010-11-1310 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking13.20 Miles   6 Hrs   15 Mns    2.11 mph
1,787 ft AEG   
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We started out from First Water on the Dutchman Trail. Just over two miles out we headed southeast out to Tim's Saddle then looped back to the Dutchman. Then just before Palomino Mountain we took a jaunt out toward Aylor's Arch on an old rarely used trail. As we passed Aylor's Arch the trail pretty much died out and we were reduced to bushwhacking our way over to the north end of the Peralta Trail. After a short rest there we headed back to the Dutchman, which we took back to First Water.

Hike photos are here:
http://www.changephoenix.com/10/2010-11-13TimsSaddleAylorsArch.html
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