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zonagoph writes: http://hikearizona.com/TLOG-PF.php?NV=5664Instead of taking the road (main trail) up to Jack's Spring we took a trail we found to the east (perhaps 3/4 mile from trailhead?). It was more scenic than the road.
anybody hitting Abineau and all the other hot spots?for real adventure, stay off the jeep road and instead follow the hiking trail at the north end of the day-use parking area... strolls through some BEAUTIFUL aspen stands, and parallels the wash for a while... you'l pop out on Weatherford road, just follow the road up and atch onto the jeep road the rest of the way.. in my humble opinion, a top 5 hike in Flagstaff
We are leaning towards this one as well for this weekend.Randal Schulhauser wrote:I'm aiming for Hart Prairie this coming weekend...
We just came back from the north rim and the Kaibab and the colors were awesome on Thurday and early Friday BUT there was so much wind on the North Plateau that most of the leaves blew off on Friday afternoon, evening and this morning. I got my own pictures with lots of clouds and shade. It also rained very hard on Thursday about morning thru just afternoon. There were also lots of tree guts in hwy 64 on the way to Jacob Lake. (Where the wind had knocked down the trees in the road and someone took out the trees but all their guts were still in the road) They weren't there yesterday afternoon. It even knocked out the power to everything on the north rim lodge for awhile on Friday night. We had just eaten our dinner. There were prediction of 55mph winds and more and I believe it. Also say some snow on the San Fransisco Peaks as we drove back from the south rim of the canyon this afternoon.PageRob wrote:Not to toot my own horn, but I've just put up some shots from the Kaibab, north of the Canyon. Everything is changing, except at the lowest elevations on the forest right now. Awful pretty!