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Lookout Mountain Summit Trail #150, AZ
2008-03-0112 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking3.65 Miles   2 Hrs   12 Mns    1.66 mph
1,070 ft AEG   
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Caught this one on the way home today. First time panned out pretty good! Fiddleneck wildflowers have taken over. They literally cover about forty percent of the terrain. Several other varieties too.

Did the summit first. Has a nice kick for such a quick hike. However I'll probably pass on this one in the future. Coming down there's lots of loose gravel so you really have to pay attention.

Tried to tag on the circumference trail. Ended up doing an extra loop on the west as trail signage isn't the best. The whole area is a maze of use-trails and people were on all of them.

Wildflowers will probably peak in about a week or so.
Wildflowers Observation Substantial
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joe bartels'

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