Mount Graham (post Frye fire)

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Mount Graham (post Frye fire)

Post by hikeaz » Jun 27 2018 9:55 am

With Coronado NF website being of no use, I was wondering about any contemporary beta on the trail condition(s) in the Mount Graham vicinity, please. Specifically, which trails (and the surrounding forest) survived generally intact.
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Re: Mount Graham (post Frye fire)

Post by outdoor_lover » Jun 27 2018 11:02 am

This and Preston's Triplogs will give you a good Indication.... [ triplog ]
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Re: Mount Graham (post Frye fire)

Post by hikeaz » Jun 27 2018 11:57 am

outdoor_lover wrote:
Jun 27 2018 11:02 am
This and Preston's Triplogs will give you a good Indication.... [ triplog ]
WOW! Thanks!!
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Re: Mount Graham (post Frye fire)

Post by cactuscat » Jun 28 2018 2:15 pm

Plenty of good hiking and unburned areas left up there! I just got home from my second week in a row of camping at Riggs Lake, and it's still awesome - go for it!
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Re: Mount Graham (post Frye fire)

Post by whereveriroam » Jun 28 2018 9:41 pm

It would be hot in the warmer months but Grant- Goudy didn’t burn to bad. I like starting from the bottom behind the prison and backpacking to the Soldier Creek CG. There’s a creek in the CG so you don’t have to carry water, just beer.

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