Supes Dayhike 1/17

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Start Date 2016-01-17
 
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Supes Dayhike 1/17

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I'll be in Phoenix for my nephew's wedding and I'm on the verge of concluding negotiations for a hiking day, probably in the Western Supes. Flatiron is a possibility, but I haven't thought much about it yet.
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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I might be able to Swing that... :D
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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This is still on. I'm still thinking Flatiron, but I'm open to suggestions.
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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@big_load
I would do something in Eastern Supes....
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Flatiron is going to be stupid busy on a Sunday....Have you ever done it?
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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@friendofThundergod
I would do something in Mazzies ;)
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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@mazatzal
Lets go check out Rock Creek. I bet it's flowing nicely. Alex you can come too since this is your thread ;)
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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@chumley
I bet it's flowing nicely
It is :)
http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=546069
Alex you can come too since this is your thread
Yup, that was the plan, we drive he rides....

Wildcat Canyon, Cuff Button Loop....(might still be some worthy falls in Wildcat)

Campaign TH to Pinto Divide

Campaign TH to Miles TH, key swap or shuttle (shuttle would be a bit of time kill, but nice hiking)

Abandoned W. Pinto, Miles TH loop, or Cuff Button Loop

http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=19604
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@FOTG
I don't think you understand the meaning of MAZZIES :lol:
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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@chumley

and that guy teaches...
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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@chumley
@Tough_Boots

I guess I don't, but I am glad it is cracking you two assholes up...
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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seriously tons of water in the Mazzies right now

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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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@Tough_Boots
Holy Kahuna! :y:
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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Outdoor Lover wrote:Flatiron is going to be stupid busy on a Sunday....Have you ever done it?
No, I usually like to get beyond the people. I was hoping it would be cold enough to keep the crowds down, but maybe not.
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friendofThundergod wrote:@chumley
I bet it's flowing nicely
It is :)
http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=546069
Alex you can come too since this is your thread
Yup, that was the plan, we drive he rides....

Wildcat Canyon, Cuff Button Loop....(might still be some worthy falls in Wildcat)

Campaign TH to Pinto Divide

Campaign TH to Miles TH, key swap or shuttle (shuttle would be a bit of time kill, but nice hiking)

Abandoned W. Pinto, Miles TH loop, or Cuff Button Loop

http://hikearizona.com/decoder.php?ZTN=19604
Hmmm. Some of those are tempting, especially Campaign to Miles, but I might have trouble starting early enough. I'm not sure why I like that idea after what it did to me by going the other way, but it's nice country.
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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chumley wrote:@mazatzal
Lets go check out Rock Creek. I bet it's flowing nicely. Alex you can come too since this is your thread ;)
I've never been there. I'll have to check it out from my computer instead of my phone.
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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chumley wrote:@mazatzal
Lets go check out Rock Creek. I bet it's flowing nicely. Alex you can come too since this is your thread
Very tempting. I need to figure out my plans... and that's likely to be last minute, sorry.
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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big_load wrote:
Outdoor Lover wrote:Flatiron is going to be stupid busy on a Sunday....Have you ever done it?
No, I usually like to get beyond the people. I was hoping it would be cold enough to keep the crowds down, but maybe not.
The "cold" is what usually brings people to the Flatiron, from what I understand. It's the wet that keeps most people away.
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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big_load wrote:No, I usually like to get beyond the people. I was hoping it would be cold enough to keep the crowds down, but maybe not.
Well, if you want some of that Physical Challenge without as many People, I would suggest Picketpost..... :D
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Re: Supes Dayhike 1/17

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I guess it's a last-minute decision for me, too. Trying to fit with the family schedule, I need to get back before too late, so I'm sticking with Flatiron. I'll shoot to be started around 7:00. I'll stay tuned for attendees for a few more hours.
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