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Wind Cave Trail #281, AZ
2009-02-2712 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking3.24 Miles   1 Hour   5 Mns    2.99 mph
846 ft AEG   
Partners None
Chipmunks out as usual at the cave, as well as honeybees. They had a honey hive about 25 feet up in the face of the cave. Lots of wildflowers opening up on the trail, as well. I found that it's possible to continue on a faint trail beyond the cave, heading north, that wraps leads to a spot where you can ascend to the ridgeline (off trail).

Difficulty for me: :sweat: 1/2 (of 5)
Wildflowers Observation Moderate
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