Powers Garden, AZ
2008-10-2617 by
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Tucson, AZ
Backpack18.00 Miles          
2,300 ft AEG   
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took a group of 6 plus me to Powers Garden but first we did a trip to the top of Kennedy peak. Found very little water in Corral spring and then some in the canyon downstream- stayed at a campsite above Powers Spring which was flowing slowly. Had an upclose encounter with a doe and finished the hike with a side trip to check out Deer Creek Cabin. Followed a trail up and over some hills and took the fenceline back to the trailhead.
campsite low: 33°
water cond: scarce
fall color: in pockets
wildlife: seldom, but tame

water was found at: NAD83 ElevFeet
Autumn Foliage Observation Light

Corral Spring Dry
stagnant pool near Corral spring. found clear water downstream about 1/2 mile before Rattlesnake intersection.

Powers Garden Spring Gallon per minute
water intermittent but flowing lightly. at powers garden, follow the use trail to the creek and you will find water at powers spring (as of nov. 08)
i'm not really a squirrel
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