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Southwest, AZ
Southwest, AZ
Hiking Jan 31 2010
desert-boonie
Hiking7.00 Miles 2,181 AEG
Hiking7.00 Miles   5 Hrs      1.40 mph
2,181 ft AEG
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After salivating over Signal atop Woolsey last weekend, Chris, Scott, and I had to go hit her up. We took the Agua Caliente Rd to a turnoff and were lined up in the middle of Woolsey and Signal. We hiked across the desert floor three miles to the east side of Signal where we headed on up the ramp past the huge fin and to the south end of the peak. From here we made the scramble on up to the summit where great views awaited. On the way back down we had the huge urge to make it up the small peak sticking out of the ground so we did where we found it to be Peak 1689 where surprisingly there was a register placed there with only a few names in it. Back down and over to the vehicle for a nice days hike. Awesome isolated area, love it.
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