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Knagge Trail #18
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Knagge Trail #18, AZ
2009-07-264 by
 
Tucson, AZ
 
Hiking3.10 Miles   2 Hrs   15 Mns    1.38 mph
1,450 ft AEG   
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Went down to the cabin and back today, will have to go back.. with pants or at least tall gaiters :sl: GREAT views though in spots, especially the rocks just below and north of the cabin remains. Nice place to have a seat and take in a view for a while. I have to say, it was more like hiking game trails back home as a kid. In many spots it's hard to follow and has to be the wettest summer hike I've had in a while thanks to all the low growth. A great change up from the past couple weeks!
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"Solvitur ambulando" or maybe by brewers.
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