General Delivery food/supply towns

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russmccoy
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General Delivery food/supply towns

Post by russmccoy » Mar 19 2017 8:35 am

Hello all!

In May, I'll be 'touring' the AZT750. Looking for suggestions on food drop locations along the way. Any experience out there?

Thanks!!

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DallinW
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Re: General Delivery food/supply towns

Post by DallinW » Mar 19 2017 11:26 am

By 'touring' do you mean thru/section hiking, or a series of day hikes? Your post is pretty short, and doesn't give us much to work in terms of figuring out what exactly you're trying to accomplish.

In May, most of the segments below AZ-87 (Beeline) are going to start getting consistently HOT. I hope you know how well you can hike in the heat, or have a plan to mitigate it.

Edit: I see now that this is in the AZT Biking subforum... :oops: I have no constructive input on the topic!
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mazatzal
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Re: General Delivery food/supply towns

Post by mazatzal » Mar 19 2017 11:38 am

Sounds like he is doing the biking route...

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Re: General Delivery food/supply towns

Post by Nighthiker » Mar 23 2017 1:06 pm

Pine, Arizona Post Office and a contract Post Office at Mormon Lake.
jk

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