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- Jul 25 2016 2:32 pm
- Forum: Trail Chat
- Topic: Scary BushWhack Sighted in Mazatzal Mountains
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Even more solitude is expected there due to the chances of encountering the Scary BushWhack deep in the Mazatzal Wilderness. Reliable sources have reported its presence there and are trying to assemble some who will hunt it to extinction. Others should stay out of mountains with drainages named Dead...
- Apr 20 2016 11:58 am
- Forum: AZT Equestrian
- Topic: Boots still needed on Segment 25
- Replies: 1
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While we were working on Segment 25, a passing rider said that it was difficult for the horses, and that info was not in the segment description. We believe that was a reference to the sharp, erosion resistant rocks there. In some places, both on and off of the tread, the surface is all broken rocks...
- Jan 12 2016 9:36 am
- Forum: AZT General
- Topic: Stolen food and water from cache box.
- Replies: 32
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Comparing the Freeman Road cache site to the Kelvin site: At Kelvin, there is water at the road maintenance office during business hours, in the yard of the mobile home park manager, and there is the highway to Superior. It was said that the reason that the first new ramada there is made from all na...
- Nov 02 2015 6:30 pm
- Forum: AZT Hiking
- Topic: Planning to Hike the AZT in 2016- Help Please
- Replies: 25
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Since you are hopefully training for your hike, why not try the notorious tough sections for practice? Getting better at loading and using your GPS might be considered as part of your trip preparations. Just after a winter storm, the lower elevation dirt roads dry out in a day, then you usually have...
- Oct 31 2015 1:02 pm
- Forum: AZT Hiking
- Topic: Very bad overgrowth in the Mazatzal
- Replies: 54
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From Wikipedia: "In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was punished for his self-aggrandizing craftiness and deceitfulness by being forced to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down; repeating this action for eternity." He is needed as a trailworker in the Mazatzals. What follows i...
Stateline Trail Head: This at the Utah line, and there is no town, no water, just a no fee, gov't campground with shade covers over the picnic tables and amazing layered red rock scenery, including the Navajo sandstone that decorates Lake Powell. The state line is between the road and the camp sites...
In Patagonia, there is an RV park in the south 500 block of Harshaw Road, on the AzT route. The RV park has a spacious tent area, coin laundry, and no timer on the very clean, hot showers. If the park isn't full, car space #18 is a nice hammock hanging site. If solo, another private place to hang a ...
In the community of Tonto Basin, a few miles from where the Four Peaks road heads uphill, Big Daddy's Pizza serves sandwiches, salads, and pizzas. On Fridays, some Mexican dishes are also available. On the Supreme pizza, the toppings are so thick that there is no vacant space between each morsel, th...
On the AzT, the LF Ranch is almost past the Mazatzals and 50 miles north of Sunflower, but there are no amenities at the Sunflower highway crossing. At Mary Ann Pratt's ranch, 90 miles past your last fresh food, warm shower, and indoor bed, she has all of those available at very low prices. Dinner w...
In Pine AZ, That Brewery (formerly Rim Cafe, first business on left from the AzT highway crossing) is now serving their own beer(That Amber, That Pale Ale, & That Strawberry Blonde) with seven other craft brews on tap. That Arizona Trail Ale is due soon. The menu has appetizers, four salads, pizza, ...
- May 12 2010 10:03 am
- Forum: Footwear & Trekking Poles
- Topic: What Do You Wear On Your Feet?
- Replies: 62
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I recently started wearing cheap ($2), all polyester toe socks as liner socks, and they resolved my under-the-toes blister problems. They are one size fits all and may be found in the women's socks. Mine are the plain white ones, most were highly decorated. As others mentioned, protect the blister a...