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Massacre Falls, AZ
2011-02-285 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking5.50 Miles          
1,187 ft AEG   
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I thought that if I would hike out to the Falls early enough this morning, I might actually see a good flow of water from melting snow deposited over the weekend. Such was not to be the case; and as I arrived shortly after the sun had just made its way onto the tops of the Supes, the runoff was but a trickle. Crossing the washes with running water while on the hike up I had expectations for something more.
Of course there is always an upside to any hike and I enjoyed the solitude unusual for this trail; Abby got to play in the snow. A great way to start the week.
FaunaDog
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