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Pumphouse Wash (Lower), AZ
2005-10-2240 by
 
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Sedona, AZ
 
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370 ft AEG   
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I led this hike for the Sierra Club as a through hike with a shuttle (Kelly Canyon through Pumphouse Wash, from I-17 to 89A). After setting up the shuttle, we dropped into Kelly Canyon with its old growth ponderosa pine, on our way to the Pumphouse Wash bridge crossing. The scrambling and rock-hopping later intensified under the turning colors of bigtooth maples and gambel oaks until we reached the lower bridge crossing on Hwy 89A. The complete hike was approximately 7.5 miles one-way, with a 17-mile shuttle. The EC is -1,000 ft. The pictures are in sequential order from top to bottom; starting over on the Kelly Canyon hike log (12 pics) then finishing up here on this Lower Pumphouse hike log (40 pics). The hike took us about 6.5 hours. Great day : )
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