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2008-08-19
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Aug 19 2008
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Hiking8.50 Miles 2,250 AEG
Hiking8.50 Miles   3 Hrs   15 Mns   2.62 mph
2,250 ft AEG
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Skipped the Weaver's view portion of the hike, just did Bluff Loop. My Beartooth map says its 8.5 miles, I dont know if that is correct, in the Hiker's Guide it is listed as 9.1 miles.

Nice hike, as expected it was hot, but the good thing about the heat is it drives all the people away. I had the entire area to myself. I was the only one at the lot, I dint see anyone during the hike, and no one had signed the trip register while I was gone. I did see a deer in the morning. Which was a nice surprise. I dont expect to see deer in the superstitions during the summer when I head out there.

I know alot of people are scared of the heat during the summer, but I dont mind it much if I get done early, and its nice to feel completely alone.
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