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Sunrise Arch - Goldfield Mtns
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2009-10-28
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Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking Oct 28 2009
AZLOT69
Hiking6.50 Miles 1,364 AEG
Hiking6.50 Miles   3 Hrs      2.17 mph
1,364 ft AEG
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Nice cool day for this trip. Awesome arch off the beaten path. Surprising how many different types of animal trails in the area yet I didn't see much wildlife until the end of the day. A pack of wild horses. I've heard for years they were in the Goldfields and or the Superstitions (Its all open range) but my first spotting. The packs enforcer, a snow white Stallion, (Of Pima Indian Legend? Google It ! ), who demonstrated he did not like my presence. Saw no one else all day.
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