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Gaddes Canyon #110
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Gaddes Canyon #110Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 22 2021
Yoder
Hiking6.50 Miles 1,400 AEG
Hiking6.50 Miles      20 Mns   19.50 mph
1,400 ft AEG   2 Hrs   56 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
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Thought we would check this hike out since it was recently featured in AZ highways and we hadn't done it.
Road gate to trailhead parking/Tower was locked (Due to COVID-19), so we parked over in the camping/recreation area (Fee $5). Probably could have parked a little before the gate to cut down a little on the walk, and avoid the fee. Views on the hike it self was not great, but there was a nice scenic overview close to where we parked (Images are Geo tagged, so check out the locations on the pop-up map). Also as you are going down the road, just before you drop down into the second canyon, at the cairn, instead of turning left at the cairn, if you continue to the end of the road a mere 0.2 miles is a nice overlook. Actually, if we were to ever do this hike again, we might not bother with dropping down into the second canyon, really nothing but forest and the occasional deer to see there.

Nice enough forest hike, but views are lacking as is typically of a forest hike, what do you expect?
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