that is what i did, but for some reason it did not work this timechumley wrote:You can attach an image (as you did above) by selecting the Attachments tab below, and clicking the Add files button.
Thanks...I never thought about doing that...I will start logging my repetitive hikes and hide themJim_H wrote: Logging a hike, no matter how repetitive, allows you to track the totals so you can see you hiked xxx,xxx a year or x,xxx,xxx. after 12 years.
I believe that AZ law treats it differently wrt whether or not there is a No Trespassing sign postedchumley wrote:Whether or not there are fences, gates, or signs prohibiting public entry from the forest trail, you'll find out when you get there.
Thanks -- I'm thinking that going from Old Mine Road may take you on some private trails in a ritzy development, so I think that I will try and get there from Bronco Buttemazatzal wrote:You can get there from Bronco Butte (longer) or from Old Mine Road in Tonto Hills (shorter)
Mount Ord is a good Grand Canyon training hike...you go up about 7.5 miles with an elevation gain of around 4,000'...the hike is on an old forest road with generally good footingGogogo wrote:would you recommend hikes in Arizona to help us train for a future trip to Phantom Ranch