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Brown's Peak, AZ
2012-04-1350 by
 
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Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking5.86 Miles   6 Hrs       0.98 mph
2,382 ft AEG 17 LBS Pack 
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leonesiegel
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Awesome hike to a peak I have looked at for many years. Pam and Sam are great hiking partners. I got to work some 2 Meter Simplex from the top of the Peak and worked stations 100+ miles away with 5 watts on a standard HT antenna. Really great trip

Thanks Pam and Sam
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