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Pueblo Canyon RuinsGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 06 2019
JuanJaimeiii
Hiking7.00 Miles 2,500 AEG
Hiking7.00 Miles   4 Hrs   1 Min   1.90 mph
2,500 ft AEG      20 Mns Break
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My Buddy Brian is in town doing some Real Estate work. We both had a light day today so I suggested we take a ride up and check out some cool Indian ruins. I am glad we did because the waterfall was spectacular today. In fact there were sever spots where the water was flowing off the top of the Canyon walls. There was also still a little snow on the ground making the hiking tricky in spots.

The only down side for the day is that on the road in, at about a quarter mile from the trail head we had a bit of a scare. It we were in any other car besides my jeep we would have tumbled down a ravine. What has happened is the snow has washed a ton of rocks onto the road past Ellison Ranch. In addition to that there are a bunch of downed trees. I went around a downed tree and right behind it the road is washed out where the water has been flowing down. It is a 5 foot drop off and 10 feet across. The front passenger wheel went down in and started back up the other side. I hit the brakes and the jeep rocked a bit. We built up the ravine about a foot and then tied the wench around a tree for extra insurance. Then I put the lockers on and gave it a go. Luckily she popped up out of there unscathed. It added a bit of excitement to our trip and cost us an extra half hour. I thought to myself if that would have been my old Jeep it would have been real ugly.

As a word of caution I would avoid going past Devils Chasm until they get the road cleaned up. There are just too many hazards. If you are a good driver with a solid 4x4 it can be done but don't say I didn't warn you. :D
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