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Reavis Ranch Trail #109Globe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Backpack avatar Nov 11 2016
John9L
Backpack26.16 Miles 4,705 AEG
Backpack26.16 Miles2 Days         
4,705 ft AEG
 
1st trip
Partners 10 partners
HAZ - Event
BiFrost
chumley
clairebear
Droog
Espi
LindaAnn
nathanbrisk
The_Dude
The_Whit
Tough_Boots
It was time for another Reavis trip and this one didn't disappoint. Karl, Claire and I drove up on Saturday morning and made the hike in arriving to a vacant camp around 1:30pm. Apparently everyone was out hiking! We started setting up camp and Wally showed up to say hi. He was doing a big loop out of Campaign TH. He hung out for a bit and then continued on. From there the three of us headed for Circlestone. Along the way we passed everyone making the return. We hit Circlestone and took a handful of pics and then started our return arriving back to camp right before sunset. The rest of the evening was spent relaxing around the campfire with the group.

Sunday started out slowly as the group woke and made breakfast. Everyone took their time and packed up camp over the span of an hour or so. One by one peeps started heading out. Some went out the south route while a group of six of us (Karl, Claire, Kyle, Nicole, Nathan & myself) went out the north. On the return Karl & I detoured along the Frog Tanks Trail and headed out the Plow Saddle Trail. It's a nice drainage but was completely dry even though there's Sycamores & Cottonwoods. We regrouped with everyone near the saddle and then headed back to the trailhead arriving around mid-afternoon.

This turned out to be another fun trip. It was great meeting everyone and good times around the campfire. Thanks for Chumley for organizing and thanks for Karl for driving!

dry Plow Saddle Springs Dry Dry
Bone Dry. We did a quick search and no sign of water.
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