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2005-03-05
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Mar 05 2005
kiluam
Hiking3.60 Miles 1,102 AEG
Hiking3.60 Miles   3 Hrs      1.20 mph
1,102 ft AEG
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my friend josh and i went out here a couple days after a good down pour and there was a decent amount of water at the fall which could be heard from at least 200 meters away. about an hour or so after we got to the falls it started to rain on us so we decided to head back. we took a little detour and i got myself in a situation to where i had to jump into a tree to get down from a cliff. bad idea. but still way fun. the rain started to get heavier about 15 minutes after we started back. needless to say it took us an extra 20 minutes to get back to the car. i like this hike because there is nobody around ever. its a great easy, fast, and short hike.
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