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Ash Creek Trail #307
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2008-08-16
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Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking Aug 16 2008
PhilipMueller
Hiking6.00 Miles
Hiking6.00 Miles   4 Hrs      1.50 mph
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Hiked part of this little beauty with the Sierra Club on Saturday. All new faces except me & Mitch--as always some of the nicest people I've ever met. The creek was flowing strong and all was quite lush. Flowers and greenery everywhere! I think Mitch summed it up best, "It's like walking through a botanical garden." The "Slickrock" was cool and lived up to its name. The view of the 200ft waterfall was excellent. So many candies to choose from in this store. If I had to pick a favorite, probably the meadows rocked my world the most. I got off the trail a bit just to walk through them--grass and flowers with a creek running not too far away, surrounded by a forest, on a sky island...oh yeah. Encountered some severe afternoon rain and hail back at the parking lot and for the first 10 miles or so on the drive down. Yet another amAZing day! 8)
Wildflowers Observation Substantial
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