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Bluff Spring Loop & Weaver's View, AZ
2008-03-315 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking10.50 Miles   8 Hrs       1.31 mph
2,250 ft AEG   
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Intended to go ot to the whiskey springs but older couple reccomended coming back via bluff spring trail, very good advice, turned out we saw a Gila Monster (AZ native and first time ever encountering one of these beautiful creatures) and spectacular views of weavers needle. Got seriously sunburned though, forgot one of the 10, we will never do that again.
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