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Echo Canyon Loop - Chiricahua NM
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2012-02-18
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Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking Feb 18 2012
John9L
Hiking3.30 Miles 544 AEG
Hiking3.30 Miles
544 ft AEG
 
1st trip
Cheryl and I headed up to the Chiricahuas with the plans of hiking this loop. A good year or so ago she sent me an email referencing The Grotto and said "I want to go here!". We finally made the trip down south and it was well worth it. Cheryl is not a hiker but really enjoyed this loop. The rock formations were fascinating and it was very easy going. I made sure we went at a slow and enjoyable pace. The last time we hiked together in Yosemite and it resulted in her not speaking to me for half the day. :sl: Anyways, we continued on and stopped for a quick snack. From there we connected to the Ed Riggs trail and were back at the parking lot in no time. Cheryl and I both enjoyed the hike and were on to the next adventure.
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