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I don't think the original post was negative at all--I am happy to see someone who is passionate about this subject. I retired five years ago from a career in fire management, so share her feelings. I think that the AZT association needs to do more public education on fire in the ecosystem--take adv...
I finished the AZT on May 15th. Thanks to all the people I met who helped me out--Elderly Ellen and Yeah But for trail shuttling and Tucson stay, Monica for making an Oracle zero day possible, Tom Wax for steering me the right way, dirt bikers Hardtail and Red Fox and friends for the Coors Light and...
- Feb 16 2012 6:45 pm
- Forum: AZT Hiking
- Topic: Where to place water caches besides Freeman Road
- Replies: 5
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Hi--I am hiking north on the AZT starting in Tucson in March. I am putting a water cache at the Old Florence Road north of Freeman Road. Where else have people put caches or felt they needed to have a cache? Thanks.
Last year I checked an AZT water report online done by a guy named Fred Gaudet. He posted the water situation at different sources on every section and hikers could update the information as they encountered water sources. Is this still happening?
- Feb 04 2012 4:54 pm
- Forum: Permits & Transportation
- Topic: Chances of getting a permit...
- Replies: 24
- Views: 2969
I just was denied a permit for the beginning of May to stay in the Grand Canyon. You have to apply 4 months ahead of time. The letter said there are a small number of permits held for each day at the Backcountry Information Center on the South Rim, but sometimes you have to wait for several days to ...