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Superstition Peak 5057 - Carney, AZ
2011-02-1312 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking9.50 Miles          
3,323 ft AEG   
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Hit the trail this morning with Hike Monk. It warmed up this weekend and I sure could feel it. The hike to summit was quite a trudge at parts with very little shade. The way down, the temps were much better though the wear on the knees was a little much at times. All in all, though, I'm glad to have bagged the peak and to have seen a view of the Supes I hadn't seen already. The next time I see this peak, I'll only have to come down it.


We ran into Mr Squishy at the summit. Last week he was entering the LaBarge Box as I was at the Battleship summit-- pretty funny to run into each other a week later!
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