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Ash Creek Trail #307, AZ
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Tucson, AZ
 
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5,200 ft AEG   
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Just went to the falls and back; Mt Graham has received a lot of rain and the falls were running exceptionally well. The constructed part of the trail was flooded, it was useless to keep feet dry. A few new tree falls on the trail, one large one just before the falls overlook.

The gentle uphill caused my legs to protest after the beating of the day before on the Clark Peak trail. Attempted to climb down to base of falls, chose a bad route and slipped and did a face plant. Black eye today.

I was the only one on the trail, cloudy, spotty showers.

Photos--I will include a few poppy shots from the drive out on 191, the bloom was just too good to pass up.
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