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Return route from Chiricahua, AZ
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Return route from Chiricahua, AZ 
Return route from Chiricahua, AZ
 
ATV3.38 Miles 8 AEG
ATV3.38 Miles      56 Mns   3.62 mph
8 ft AEG
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I began following the Powerline Road which broke off from the main road which was the access point to BLM Trust. As I began following the trail, it got narrower and more overgrown with foliage, heavy rocks and rugged terrain. I crossed over two separate River beds that were dry. As I traveled down the road, there were numerous cut-offs and what appeared be trails accessible for hikers and ATVs. When I finally ran out of Road, there were no other cut-offs, Trails or other viable access points. I had to turn around from the end of that road and started to backtrack. I thought I was going to have to retrace the entire route, but I found an access point to my left about a quarter to a half a mile back down the trail. Having took that cutoff Trail, it led me back over to the railroad tracks, at which point I followed the railroad tracks all the way back towards Dragoon. See attached photos.
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Wildflowers Observation Isolated
Minimal Wildflower growth. Some small blooming flowers in shades of red, yellow, blue and a couple of peculiar green colored plants.
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