Horse Camp Seep

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SAGcroo
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Horse Camp Seep

Post by SAGcroo » Apr 19 2018 10:53 am

Hello, I'm looking for current conditions for water at Horse Camp Seep on passage 23. 2 riders are planning to camp there but they have to be sure water is available for the horses. Can anyone point me in the direction of the steward for that section? My number is 304-887-1588 Thanks -Justin

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Re: Horse Camp Seep

Post by Sredfield » Apr 19 2018 7:03 pm

If the riders are coming from the south, versus up Barnhardt, know that there is an eroded length of trail south of the Barnhardt junction that is not safe for horses.
Shawn
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Re: Horse Camp Seep

Post by TheMazzicMan » Apr 21 2018 7:59 am

SAGcroo wrote:
Apr 19 2018 10:53 am
Can anyone point me in the direction of the steward for that section?
That would be me. I sent you a PM.
Donovan Wood
Steward, Arizona Trail Passage 23c (Mazatzal Divide Tr, Barnhardt to Red Hills)

...he's got the Mazzic hands...

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