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Harquahala Summit, AZ
2009-01-174 by
 
Southwest, AZ
 
Hiking10.20 Miles   5 Hrs   20 Mns    1.91 mph
3,353 ft AEG   
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Decided to head west for a hike today. Good workout, was a warm one in the valley, Marley needed quite a few shade breaks on the way up- poor guy, black fur in AZ is a bummer. The trail is slightly overgrown in a few places, but easy to follow. Saw 3 other groups, everyone enjoying a weekend in the sun!
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