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Bear Mountain Trail #54, AZ
2011-04-216 by
 
Sedona, AZ
 
Hiking2.90 Miles   2 Hrs   29 Mns    1.17 mph
1,058 ft AEG   
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This hike has been on my list for a long time. Went with Jude and Java, but only made it about half way. The rough rocky trail was not good for my knees and dog Java was running ahead to find shade. It was going a lot slower than I'd planned so we turned around before it got to hot for Java. I think we probably did the rockiest section as we were over the first hill on to the mesa facing the top of Bear Mo. Had a family meeting and I lost 2 to 1 so we turned around. ;)
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday......there is no SOMEDAY!
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