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Aravaipa CanyonGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Canyoneering avatar Dec 17 2016
The_N
Canyoneering28.00 Miles 1,500 AEG
Canyoneering28.00 Miles1 Day   6 Hrs      
1,500 ft AEG
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Met up with the fellas for a cold, wet weekend in Aravaipa. Camped up top on Friday night where we braved a downpour and high winds. We started on into the canyon Saturday a.m. and were instantly greeted by a river of chocolate yoohoo. We spend all day in the water as we made our way to the East end and Turkey Creek, relishing every spot of sunshine we could nab. Made a brief exploratory side trip up Booger Canyon. A series of cascades made a great spot for a nutrition break. Fall colors were present throughout, but the rain and wind of the previous night knocked plenty of leaves to the ground. Settled in for camp just East of Hell's Hole Canyon next to a family of Deer that hung around all night. The cloudy skies cleared, making way for mid-20's temps to creep in. We had the fire going all night and I ended up sleeping out by the firepit for the last 4 hours. In the a.m. we warmed up and started hiking into Hell's Hole Canyon for a little side trip. Truly a beautiful canyon with tall, narrow cliff walls, fall colors and waterfalls. We departed Hell's Hole and started our slosh back the the TH. The route back kept us out of the water more often, using the narrow use trails as much as possible. Once the sun came out, the weather was absolutely beautiful and we made a decent time on the hike out. We all agreed the hike from East to West in Aravaipa was more scenic. Tired of wet feet and shoes full of sand and pebbles, we were thrilled to finally be on dry land. Good times and many thanks to Dallin for the invite.
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