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Jacob's Trail #58
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2007-01-13
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Jan 13 2007
DanaLee67
Hiking4.00 Miles 340 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles   3 Hrs      1.33 mph
340 ft AEG
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Broadway Cave
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We took Jacobs Crosscut from the Broadway trailhead and went up to the cave and back. Nice easy hike, since we hadn't been out in months! The cave is awesome! We didn't even notice it but now it really stands out on the mountain! I took my GPS and marked waypoints at every intersection with other trails. At N33 24.621 W111 28.037 you turn left to stay on Jacobs Crosscut. If you go straight you are on the Lost Goldmine Trail. At N33 25.039 W111 27.773 Jacobs Crosscut goes to the left and you will go to the right to head towards Monument Canyon and the cave. At N33 25.292 W111 27.526 you turn right to go to the cave or left to go on into Monument Canyon. The cave is at N 33 25.316 W111 27.312. The last leg is the hardest part, but not scary in the least. :D
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