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Reavis Ranch via 109 North, AZ
2011-03-195 by
 
Globe, AZ
 
Hiking20.30 Miles   7 Hrs   25 Mns    2.74 mph
2,824 ft AEG   
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Day hike to Reavis Ranch site from Reavis Trailhead. We kept a very good pace both going and on the return knowing this was going to be a long trek for a day hike. Even with the pace we were keeping a solo hiker and a pair of hikers blew past us. Wow. When we caught up with them about a mile from the ranch site we learned that both were looking for Reavis Falls. I explained to them were they went wrong, missing the turnoff at about 3.2 miles from the TH. Luckily they stayed on the trail and didn't become really lost. I know you can get to the falls by going off trail where Reavis Trail makes a sharp right turn but I chose not to share that information with them since their sense of direction didn't seem to be good and didn't want to be responsible if they would become really lost.

The ranch was busy with a lot of campers, horseback riders, etc so we just stayed long enough to get some "feet rest" and lunch. On the return we went off trail a short ways to locate and mark the Government Corral/Camp. Pretty easy to find. All downhill once we topped out at Windy Pass. Great Hike!!
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