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Barnhardt Trail #43
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Barnhardt Trail #43, AZ
2009-05-237 by
 
Payson, AZ
 
Hiking10.20 Miles   3 Hrs       3.40 mph
1,550 ft AEG   
No RoutesNo Photosets1st Trip Logged
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Spent memorial day wknd on the mazatzal divide /AZ trail going up Barnhardt trail to get there.
Went north on the AZ trail to Hopi spring. Then backtracked south to mazatzal
peak, mon back down Barnhardt. Water was everywhere as it had rained for 4 days
prior. The trail is in good shape despite the overgrowth/downed trees. Thanks to Dave
Allen for the water source info.
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