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2008-07-08
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Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking Jul 08 2008
Preston Sands
Hiking5.40 Miles 1,200 AEG
Hiking5.40 Miles   2 Hrs   40 Mns   2.03 mph
1,200 ft AEG
 
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I took the morning off to finally check out the Upper Loop. I decided to do it as a loop hike with the west half of the Lower Loop. I started at the Cunningham Campground trailhead, and headed clockwise onto the Upper Loop. Upper Moonshine Creek was sweet! Wildflowers on lush, green mountain sides. :D The trail was prettier than I had remembered. I got back to the trailhead just as the first thunder sounded from a developing storm, then it was down the mountain and off to work. This is one of the best trails in the Pinaleno Mountains in my opinion. Definately a "must hike".
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Come ye sweltering denizens of the plains to the mountains and enjoy life -Colorado Miner, July 25, 1867
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