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Black River - Mainstem, AZ
2007-04-205 by
 
Alpine, AZ
 
Hiking2.00 Miles          
900 ft AEG   
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The Black River is up due to snow melt right now, so making the crossings on foot would be very cold and unpleasant. We hiked only a short distance upstream from Wildcat Crossing. We were reconnoitering for a future hike we are leading for a group. I have backpacked from Bear Creek to Fish Creek, and from Fish Creek to the Black River and upstream from there, in July a couple of years ago. The area is worth many return visits.
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