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Silver Spur Meadow Trail, AZ
2009-02-067 by
 
Tucson, AZ
 
Hiking2.80 Miles   1 Hour   30 Mns    1.87 mph
150 ft AEG   
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This is a pleasant little hike that starts from the Bonita Creek campground and ends up at a meadow. We hiked this as the sun was setting, which made the meadow look golden. I noticed the hike description lists Faraway ranch as the starting point, so it seems there are two ways to access this meadow. Hike was easy enough for kids, and dogs are allowed too. There's a couple of nice benches at the meadow where you can just chill out.
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