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Reavis Ranch Trail #109Globe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Backpack avatar Nov 12 2016
BiFrost
Backpack26.16 Miles 4,705 AEG
Backpack26.16 Miles2 Days         
4,705 ft AEG
 
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Partners 11 partners
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chumley
clairebear
Droog
Espi
GrottoGirl
John9L
LindaAnn
nathanbrisk
The_Dude
The_Whit
Tough_Boots
Fun weekend at Reavis Ranch with several groups coming from the south and others the north trail access. John9L, Claire and I hiked in from the north Reavis Trail #109. We arrived at Reavis about 130 and everyone was out hiking. As we were setting up camp Wallyfrack wandered into camp and just happened to be doing Supes day hike. Talked with Wally for awhile before deciding to get day hike in to Circlestone before dark.

Up the trail we ran into the others coming back from various day hikes like Mound, Circlestone and Campaign Creek. We chatted with the others as they passed before continuing on to Circlestone. Once on top we didn't spend too much time as it was getting late but we walked the circle. We kept a good hiking pace back down and hit camp perfect timing just before sunset. The group did a great job collecting firewood and we spent the rest of the evening relaxing around the fire and meeting some new HAZers.

Next morning it was back out the same way we hiked in. This time we hiked out with Kyle, Nicole, and Nathan back to the trial head. However, John and I took slight detour to check out Plow Saddle and Frog Tanks. Interesting to see these new trails and was hoping to find water down in the drainage with large cottowoods and sycamores. There was no water where the trail crossed the creek but I'm fairly certain if we had more time to look around we would have found some small pools in the area. Definitely something to check out again for another trip. After that we met back up with the others for the final hike out.
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