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Grant Creek Trail #305, AZ
2009-08-0820 by
 
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Tucson, AZ
 
Hiking6.30 Miles      4 Mns    94.50 mph
3,770 ft AEG   
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Finally made it to Preston land. Too bad the Pinalenos are so far from Phoenix, I think they're my new favorite mountain range. It took me 5 hours to make it from the west valley to Cunningham Campground with only 2 short stops.

Grant Creek is a pretty rewarding hike. Big views, wild flowers, and plenty of water.
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