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2009-06-05
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Alpine, AZ
Alpine, AZ
Hiking Jun 05 2009
Tortoise Hiker
Hiking16.50 Miles 4,350 AEG
Hiking16.50 Miles   7 Hrs   30 Mns   2.20 mph
4,350 ft AEG
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To my surprise :o I was able to get 2 takers for a 3:00 departure for a trip up to hike The Baldy Loop. Thanks Bob and Dave, It's always a pleasure to hike with you guys. We started the hike at the East Fork around 7:00am. This hike has a lot to offer.Lots of pine trees and Aspen. Some cool rock formations. Great views. Some hiking along the river.Lots of shade. A good climb and lots of trees to climb over for a good workout. We did see some debris from a Plane Crash towards the top of the East Fork side. we saw one boundary sign on the way up but the signs at the top are gone. We didn't see anybody on trail until about a mile down the West Fork side. Only saw about 10 people total. Great hike,Great weather. Might do this again in the Fall. :)
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Tortoise Hiking. Stop and smell the Petrichor.
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