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Saddle Mountain from Mormon Grove TH
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2008-01-13
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Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking Jan 13 2008
Darth Stiller
Hiking14.20 Miles 3,100 AEG
Hiking14.20 Miles   7 Hrs   50 Mns   1.81 mph
3,100 ft AEG
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Took the Saddle Mt. Trail from Mormon Grove TH to Sheep Creek Trail. Followed the Sheep Creek Tr. out to two miles short of the next trail junction. On the way back, started to follow the remainder of the Saddle Mt. Trail to the Story Mine. Not much to see there, but the scenery was fabulous throughout the hike. All the streams were running and many of the trails were soggy. The new boots I bought the previous day held up very good. No blisters at all for a 14+ mile hike. That hasn't happened for well over a year.
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