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Xiled1
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Powers Garden Loop - Galiuro

Post by Xiled1 » Apr 29 2016 1:57 pm

Any water reports from the Powers Garden area? Interested in a backpack. Thanks.

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Re: Powers Garden Loop - Galiuro

Post by chumley » Apr 29 2016 2:08 pm

I haven't seen any recent reports, but I believe there is always water at the spring at the garden. This early in the season you should feel confident about that. As for other sources, it's perhaps hit or miss.

If you click on MAP at the top of the page and zoom in on the area, you can click on the WATER tab and click FIND. This will show all the water sources in the area. Clicking on the source will show you all the reports.
See here for an example: http://hikearizona.com/map.php?QX=5312
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Re: Powers Garden Loop - Galiuro

Post by Xiled1 » Apr 29 2016 8:28 pm

Thanks for the info. Any way to tell from the spring reports if its always go water or not? I didn't see any recent reports, so was not sure.

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Re: Powers Garden Loop - Galiuro

Post by big_load » Apr 29 2016 10:28 pm

The only sources in the Galiuros I would count on are Mud Spring, Powers Garden, Holdout Spring, and Upper Ash Spring. Mud Spring can be hard to get much water from, due either to low flow or grumpy cattle. RedRoxx44 might know of some others, but almost every other mapped source I've been to has always been bone dry.

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