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Campaign Trail #256Globe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 22 2020
00blackout
Hiking8.10 Miles 1,900 AEG
Hiking8.10 Miles   4 Hrs   59 Mns   1.79 mph
1,900 ft AEG      28 Mns Break
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While everyone in the valley was social distancing themselves at First Water and Peralta, I decided to head up to the Campaign TH to get a look at the damage. Service Road 449A is barely passable right now, it's a river! Got to the TH a bit later then I wanted and it was barely recognizable. Started the hike up the trail passing the Reavis Mountain School which was saved from the fire, but barely; burn area was less then 50 yards from the school. Got down into the creek area and saw all of the damage. Burn, erosion have destroyed this once beautiful area. With all of the rain the creek was flowing and with a dozen crossings there was no way I was going to stay dry; some crossing were up to my ankles. Hiked to the Pinto Peak Trail intersection and had seen enough, nothing in the area survived, nothing. I'm not sure if I will come back to this area for awhile as this is the worst of the burn area I have seen. A little over 8 miles today and did not see a single person as expected.
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