Flat long hikes

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RowdyandMe
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Flat long hikes

Post by RowdyandMe » Oct 04 2017 2:57 pm

Well it looks like I may be having surgery again. And I asked my doctor about hiking and pretty much said I need to do it on flat areas no Peak climbing.
So I am looking for suggestions.
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Re: Flat long hikes

Post by RowdyandMe » Oct 15 2017 11:37 am

Thanks everyone for the great input.
Looking forward to a few of these hikes while my shoulder heals.
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Re: Flat long hikes

Post by tincanbits » Oct 24 2017 1:05 am

SanTans have rolling but mostly smooth trails within the park with the treat of a crested saguaro or two. Aravaipa, entered via Klondike, is wet but smooth hiking for a bit. I wouldn't do it as a thru hike to Winkleman with an injury, just in and back with a look at the conglomerate walled Hell's Hole Canyon. The Paria from White House to Lonely Dell/ Lees Ferry is wet but doable, especially for hikers with complaining knees.
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