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Fossil Creek - Mazatzal Wilderness Area, AZ
2011-07-1815 by
 
Payson, AZ
 
Hiking3.00 Miles   5 Hrs       1.50 mph
100 ft AEG   3 Hrs    Break  
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Kat's sister and brother in-law had never been to Fossil Creek, so we were forced to take them. It didn't take a whole lot of arm-twisting. Weather was perfect, water was cool, and it wasn't too crowded (at first). When we finished swimming and playing at the waterfall and headed back, it was like swimming upstream - I couldn't believe all the people streaming in! I mean, it was Monday after all. When we got back to the cars, the parking lot was jammed, and probably 40+ cars lined the road. Did I mention this was Monday?? Wow... Still, it was a great time. I could visit Fossil Creek every week and not get tired of it!
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