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White Mountain Grasslands Area, AZ
2009-03-1310 by
 
Alpine, AZ
 
Hiking3.00 Miles   2 Hrs       1.50 mph
    
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This area is known locally as the Water Ranch because it used to be owned by the town of Springerville for usage of its water rights. It is now owned and managed by the G&F dept. The original owners I believe were the Wiltbanks. I love this area! Usually we see elk or antelope. My husband saw deer this time, but I missed that.
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