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U-Bar Trail #28, AZ
2010-10-171 by
 
Payson, AZ
 
Hiking9.00 Miles   5 Hrs       1.80 mph
2,125 ft AEG   
No Routes
1st Trip Logged
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Out and back from Pinchot TH to Dane Canyon.

Just saw a few squirells, good flow in Barbershop canyon. Also saw the USFS 1920 carving on the way back.
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