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Superstition Ridgeline, AZ
2011-12-0415 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking11.50 Miles          
4,480 ft AEG   
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This was a fun day for a ridgeline! We made it up to the Flatiron in pretty good time and found ourselves above a layer of clouds. It was a pretty amazing site. As we headed down the ridgeline, the clouds rose and surrounded us for the majority of the hike. Our views were gone and it was pretty chilly all day but it was awesome to be inside the clouds all day. We ran into the gentlemen I hiked with up Battleship a few weeks ago and then saw one other pair about half way across. There was a little snow to be seen. Congrats to Rachel for doing her first Ridgeline! :y: I really enjoyed this one!
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