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Superstition Peak 5057 - Carney, AZ
2008-12-279 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking7.80 Miles   6 Hrs       1.30 mph
3,408 ft AEG   
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Beautiful day for a hike. Decided to head up for the second time, but this time for a winter hike. Cool clean and with clear skies, but still that ever present modern day blanket of filth hangs over all the corruption below. Some snow left over from the christmas rains on all the north faces from the saddle up to the peak. Ice was in several places making it very slippery on rocks. Trodding carefully I never fell luckily. Nicely cairned as I remember it made it easy, in the sense of pathfinding, but still difficult on the physical scale. Haven't been hiking as much lately, and I could feel the burns from the quick elevation gain. Love that view from up there. Good meditation up on that peak. Saw the burning bush, and had I conversation with the most high.
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