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Reavis Ranch via 109 South, AZ
2012-02-2614 by
 
Globe, AZ
 
Hiking13.60 Miles          
2,350 ft AEG   
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Easy, undulating trail, through some really pretty environs. There is a definite shift upon reaching the halfway point (which I believe is a saddle) and starting your descent into the valley. Great juniper pines (esp the ancient one mentioned in the description), pine cones, and trail cover greet you.

Slight disappointments for me were few wildflowers (we must have been too high [ETA: see below comment - wrong time of year]) and views of the Sups. This was my first time there and I had really wanted to see more of them, since the glimpses I had on the drive in and out were breathtaking. I definitely want to come back to backpack or even car camp to give myself more time to explore the area.

We took our time enjoying ourselves, so it ended up being an almost full day excursion, but it is an easy day hike for those living in the Tucson area.
FloraJuniper
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Havasu Canyon Trail - Sep 15 2014
I was watching the helicopter make multi-drops of people and supplies when, at one point, a stray horse wandered into the landing field (the gate was open). The guys unloading the supplies chased it around the field until it went back out the gate. Then as it was running up the main drag, another resident must have thought it got loose so he shooed it back into another open gate and back into the field. So now these guys are chasing it around the field again but this time they start pelting it with rocks. The horse was panicking and didn't know where to go. Rocks were being hurled at it from all directions. He ended up falling down after a really hard rock hit and it looked like he broke...
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