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Hieroglyphics Trail #101, AZ
2008-11-285 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking4.00 Miles          
588 ft AEG   
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Early morning hike on Friday. Got out to the trailhead by 6:15 AM, caught the sunrise. Continued about a half mile up the canyon past the trails end. Going is slow, I can't image how one could bear to do that all the way up to the ridgeline!
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