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2007-10-20  

Wahl Knoll to Greer and Back, AZ
2007-10-20
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Wahl Knoll to Greer and Back, AZ 
Wahl Knoll to Greer and Back, AZ
 
Hiking Oct 20 2007
Belladonna Took
Hiking21.90 Miles
Hiking21.90 Miles   12 Hrs   30 Mns   1.75 mph
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Saturday morning we left our car at the northeast base of Wahl Knoll and walked, generally, west and south over the knoll, across South Fork of Little Colorado River, over Pool Knoll to the East Fork. Wind on the prairie was quite strong but warm and the air was crystal clear. We continued on to the West Fork and followed it down to Greer, where we overnighted at one of the local inns. Sunday morning we headed directly east in lighter but much cooler wind. At the South Fork we turned downstream and walked a few miles along the creek through country we previously thought too brushy for hiking. Finally, we ascended a nameless canyon back to our car. Despite the breeze, we enjoyed a wonderful weekend.
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