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Turkey Webber Loop, AZ
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Turkey Webber Loop, AZ  
Hiking10.50 Miles   6 Hrs   40 Mns    1.58 mph
2,500 ft AEG   
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Hiked from Geronimo TH 0.4 miles on the Highline trail then 1.6 miles on the Geronimo trail and 1.5 miles on the Boy Scout trail - Milk Ranch Point West to the Webber trail to Milk Ranch Road on the rim and came down on the Turkey Springs trail.

Not a soul except me at the TH and on the trails. These trails give spectacular views of the Mogollon rim and have some fall color as well. The Boy scout trail and the Turkey trail have a fair amount of deadfall of the step over type that was not too difficult to deal with. Geronimo is a very nice TH with the perennial Webber Creek nearby. I posted my route.
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