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Adams Flat, AZ
2007-10-037 by
 
Tucson, AZ
 
Hiking2.50 Miles   1 Hour       2.50 mph
488 ft AEG   
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This was a spur of the moment lunch break hike for me. I found a nice overlook of the Jacobson Creek gorge/waterfalls. Down-canyon were views of the desert, and up-canyon were views of 9000+ foot ridges. The ash trees and box elders were just starting to change color. Perfect temps and a relaxing hike. :)
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