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Thompson Trail #629, AZ
2009-10-165 by
 
Alpine, AZ
 
Hiking6.50 Miles   2 Hrs       3.25 mph
250 ft AEG   
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I picked this hike for are second hike of the day before we went to set up camp. I know it's a flat easy one but I think the area is really nice. We were going to check out the cabin across the road BUT it's flattened :o . The trail goes along the river for the whole way and then if you want you can take The West Fork Black River trail up the other side for another 3 miles. We just did the Thompson Trail this time. The grass is brown this time of year and makes the river look a lot differend from the green times. Still a pretty area. The water is down some from last year. Done with the hike and off to set up camp by Big Lake.
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