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Hoolie Bacon - Peters Trail Loop, AZ
2012-03-2918 by
 
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Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking17.00 Miles   8 Hrs   8 Mns    2.09 mph
3,352 ft AEG   
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It was time to summit Music Mountain and the approach from Peter's trail seemed the best. I didn't feel like driving FR213 this time so we parked by Apache Trail. The morning was nice and cool. There was less water at the start of Peter's trail but clear pools could be found along the way. We hiked in farther than I originally planned and came up the west side of Music Mountain. The hiking wasn't bad but if you like catclaw (Amy) you'll love this hike. The views from on top are nice and the central location gives you looks at both the eastern and western sides. Denny spotted the register and we let it dry out and signed in after doing a hike around the top to the other two false summits. The trip down was easy and we took the Hoolie Bacon trail out. We found the corral and checked out nighthawk spring but missed the Miller mines on the way out. The temps were warm but not really hot yet so a nice day it the Supes. Denny bought burgers at JW's Cafe in Mesa. Thanks turtle.


Kane Spring Dripping
The spring in full and some water was flowing out.

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