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Little Four Peaks, AZ
2009-09-214 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking1.60 Miles          
600 ft AEG   
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Quick after-work hike up to peak 2800 (or somewhere around there. Actual peak not labeled on map). The peak I bagged isn't technically part of the "Little Four Peaks" hike here, but the route passes probably about 100 feet under on the way up. I was mostly looking for good views of Four Peaks, which I got. It was a dark bushwhack back down and somehow I didn't see any snakes. Still wore the gaiters though... You never know.
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