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Current Water Availability in the Supes

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Stupawx
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Current Water Availability in the Supes

Post by Stupawx » Apr 02 2018 6:07 pm

Anyone been over to the Superstition Mountains recently? Looking for any reports on water availability over in the Superstition Wilderness, specifically Marsh Valley.

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Re: Current Water Availability in the Supes

Post by hikeaz » Apr 03 2018 9:18 am

Worst case will be Charlebois Spring, about 1.5 mi. east, although check along LaBarge Canyon between Charlebois and M.V. - you may have some luck there.
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Re: Current Water Availability in the Supes

Post by Tough_Boots » Apr 03 2018 12:14 pm

I would go in assuming there's not a drop in Marsh Valley right now.
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Re: Current Water Availability in the Supes

Post by ALMAL » Apr 05 2018 10:25 am

@Stupawx
Marsh Valley is totally dry. If your backpacking, you can setup camp there, then hike over to Charlebois to gather your water. If you're looping counter clockwise you can get water, at 2nd water, on day 2.
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