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Reynolds Creek Trail #150Globe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking6.30 Miles 1,537 AEG
Hiking6.30 Miles   5 Hrs   10 Mns   1.22 mph
1,537 ft AEG
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After getting word that the Reynolds Creek Trail had been cleared we headed up to the Sierra Anchas to check it out. Got to the TH around 10am with a familiar HAZ'er vehicle parked at the TH. Crossed the creek and up we went. Last year the portion below the waterfall was massively overgrown, however it was clear sailing today. Light flow at the waterfall as we continued up the trail. Got to the Reynolds Creek/Center Mountain junction and decided to head up the steep un-named connector trail and meet up with the Reynolds Creek Trail near Knoles Hole Spring and loop back down. The un-named connector was hit and miss and was extremely steep climbing to the top, however there was not a lot of thorny brush to worry about just some down trees to climbe over. Climbing up Scott spotted a ruin in the cliffs and hiked down to check it out. Huge room that went back further then could be seen as it had started to collapse. Pottery sherds were found everywhere. Made it to the top of the ridge, had some lunch and continued on. Scott took a small detour up to peak 7677 while I headed down to the Reynolds Creek intersection. The section past Knoles Hole Spring was probably the nicest of the entire hike. Towns of Oak, Pine, Fir and Aspens. Got spooked by a cow near the TH and a deer on the drive out and that was it for the bigger wildlife, tons of hawks, squirrels, etc. Overall the trail was in fantastic condition as the raspberry and New Mexican Locus bushes were all cut away, really appreciate the work that was put in to make this trail useable again. :app:
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Wildflowers Observation Moderate

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