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Reavis Ranch via 109 SouthGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking14.70 Miles 1,999 AEG
Hiking14.70 Miles   7 Hrs   27 Mns   2.37 mph
1,999 ft AEG   1 Hour   15 Mns Break
 
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I'm an easy, enthusiastic yes on anything Reavis. Hadn't hiked with Bronco Billy Wally since April or Chris since February, and I was curious how the jungle appeared in comparison to my August 16th visit.

12 cars at the trailhead. Quote of the day from a passing lady... "sometimes the trail provides". Chilly morning. Surprised myself in keeping on double long leave shirts halfway up the ascent.

The stretch between Reavis Saddle and Log Trough Canyon was nice in the morning light but you can't help but notice a lot of the dead trees have got to be coming down in the next couple of years.

New Mexico Locust was not an issue. One extra black tarantula, then two individual babies. We lunched near the old foundation. Then headed back to square one.

One large family and several small groups, nowhere near crowded. Seemingly local hikers vs the thru-hiker sprawl back in April. Everything seemed good in Reavis's land. The road seemed fine for any high clearance truck or slower speeds in smaller Subaru types IMO but others may disagree. Always great to see the Higley twins!
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Nobody would come here for Autumn foliage but sycamores were turning in the ravines and the pear trees were the bright cheerful color of the day
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Verbena, golden rod, Arizona penstemon was in foliage but another variety was blooming.
Yellow primrose.


water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water less than maxwater less than max Reavis Creek at Fireline #118 Light flow Light flow
Expected more flow but there's plenty of clear filterable water for large groups galore
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