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Willow Springs Canyon to Bagley Tank
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2008-12-28
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Dec 28 2008
DanaLee67
Hiking8.40 Miles 387 AEG
Hiking8.40 Miles   3 Hrs   50 Mns   2.19 mph
387 ft AEG
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Bagley Tank was my goal. I somehow took a wrong turn. I even had the coodinates and still went the wrong way! Oops. Oh well. I wound up hooking left and following Willow Springs Canyon. I kept thinking that the wash would turn and head back to where my GPS said I should be, but it didn't. I was out for an adventure so onward I went! At about three and a half miles the canyon walls started closing in. Cool! At 4 miles I could hear rushing water! Way cool! At about 4.2 miles I was at a junction of a couple of canyons where water was coming from every direction! It was beautiful back there and the running water was awesome! My GPS said that Saguaro Lake was only another 1.6 miles, but that is as the crow flies so I turned back. I was hiking alone and didn't want to get stuck out there as it was getting dark.

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