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Santa Rita Mountains - AZT #5, AZ
2011-03-021 by
 
Tucson, AZ
 
Hiking3.00 Miles   2 Hrs   2 Mns    1.48 mph
    
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Drove to Kentucky Camp and then started walking along the trail. Very easy and relatively flat. Stopped at the t-bone section, about 1/2 way to Gardner Canyon and backtracked.
Would be a great hike for friends visiting to see the wild open spaces of southern AZ and be on a famous trail and gold mining town.
We'd like to go in two cars next time so we can do the whole length to Gardner Canyon.
Went with K.
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