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Weaver's Needle Loop from Peralta TH, AZ
2011-09-1112 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking12.20 Miles   4 Hrs   44 Mns    2.58 mph
3,122 ft AEG   
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Much needed rain fell yesterday afternoon in the Superstitions. Peralta road has a lot of standing water on it and some minor runoff damage. The trails have seen some minor damage from the deluge too. The temperature during the hike was cool most of the morning, and the humidity wasn't all that bad. I got to see three different kinds of rattlesnakes, almost stepping on each one of them. Nobody else on the trail until I descended from Fremont Saddle at the end of the hike.
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