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Goldfield Hike #3A, AZ
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Goldfield Hike #3A, AZ  
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Started hike at Dome mountain trailhead. Traveled N on Idaho Rd to McKellips E to Wolverine Pass Rd, then E on Tonto, to Cactus which led to trailhead. Follow F.S.10 one half mile to F.S. 1389 going North for about a mile to wash that goes West. Take side trail to peak 2200 on North side of wash for view of Arch on eastern skyline. Go back to wash and head West to Cave on north side of trail that is a bit unique. When back at the wash heading West you will cross smooth rocks with pockets of water and a square rock pile about 4 feet high. This is the area to view twin arches to the North. Follow wash West to trail/wash going South. This wash takes you back to F.S.10 and head East back to the trailhead.
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