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2007-09-29  

East Fork/West Fork Loop, AZ
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East Fork/West Fork Loop, AZ  
Hiking10.20 Miles   5 Hrs       2.04 mph
    
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Walked up the East Fork Trail about five miles, then cross country to the West Fork Trail and down it to just north of Potatoe (sic) Hollow where we bushwhacked back to our car. Weather was crappy - high sustained winds and intermittent showers - but most of the route is in timber, so it was tolerable. Very little color in the aspens except near Sheep Crossing, where the leaves seem to change earlier than elsewhere. We passed through some areas of completely bare trees where the leaves appeared to have just faded and fallen. Near the southern end of the West Fork Trail we noticed an old garbage dump in the woods, perhaps left from the time when there was a camp ground along the creek at Sheep Crossing.
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