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Hackberry Spring Loop, AZ
2007-05-155 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking5.00 Miles   3 Hrs       1.67 mph
462 ft AEG   
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Didnt have much time for Hike So thought I would just wander off trail from the second water trail in the Garden valley. Ended up taking a trail heading north before reaching the juction with Black mesa trail in Garden Valley where a just a wood post was sticking up. It seemed to follow along side of first water stream, and then ended up at the old ranch. Which I went farther to the spring and headed up to the top of the small mountain just west of the ranch. Nice to be out there in the supes again!
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