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Mount Kimball - Pima Canyon TraverseTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking11.60 Miles 4,600 AEG
Hiking11.60 Miles   9 Hrs   30 Mns   1.55 mph
4,600 ft AEG   2 Hrs    Break15 LBS Pack
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Unexpected late season pleasant temps in the high 80s , and not near 100, required hiking in the front range by doing a respectably large hike. This is a great way to hike both canyons, and Kimball is always a great summit. Great summit, lots of birds, some wildlife, and nice time near sunset in Pima Canyon. I didn't see any poison Ivy in Pima Canyon, and I didn't notice the almost washed out section of trail, but I was tired. Really nice day. Added some extra AEG by getting off trail, as I seem to often do on Pima.
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Up higher, hardly much.

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Very light flow.

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Some water in the house that can be filtered.
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