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Sep 27 2022
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50 female
 Joined Oct 15 2002
 
Dead Horse Ranch State ParkSedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
cactuscatTriplogs 415
Hiking1.60 Miles 100 AEG
Hiking1.60 Miles
100 ft AEG
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Had the opportunity to spend a few days at DEHO for an excellent training course by a team from the University of Denver's business school.
It was nice to be back in the Verde Valley, and I had almost forgotten what a nice park it is ... much bigger, greener and wilder than mine.
Only had time for one short hike after we wrapped on Tuesday - saw some birds, deer, and a nice sunset. Got back to my truck at the same time as one other guy from central office who also took a hike ... and we soon found we were locked in the day-use area by a gate that they close at 6pm. 🤣 We had to go find the Ranger residence to get out.
Including a few photos of our final activity - building a boat out of cardboard and garbage bags in 40 minutes, and racing it 50 yards ... my team killed it! 😁
The whole thing was actually really great, and I'm looking forward to the next two-day session in November.
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Sep 19 2022
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59 male
 Joined Dec 23 2019
 Phoenix, AZ
Cabin loop, AZ 
Cabin loop, AZ
 
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kgustinTriplogs 2
Hiking35.14 Miles 5,302 AEG
Hiking35.14 Miles   46 Hrs   12 Mns   0.89 mph
5,302 ft AEG   6 Hrs   37 Mns Break33 LBS Pack
 
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8.17 miles - 4:07 pm
Cross dirt
Road here

11.13 miles - 8:32 am
Few pools. Trickle

14.25 miles - 9:46 am
Buck springs cabin another 1.5 miles from here

16.70 miles - 11:05 am
Dane spring-steady flow

21.11 miles - 1:26 pm
There is a second, even nicer campsite at this same location

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water report recorded in the field on our app Route Scout
Sep 28 2022
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 Routes 69
 Photos 3,130
 Triplogs 1,214

69 male
 Joined Jul 24 2009
 Mesa, AZ
Neighborhood walk, AZ 
Neighborhood walk, AZ
 
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trailzrusTriplogs 1,214
Walk / Tour1.00 Miles
Walk / Tour1.00 Miles
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Sep 26 2022
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65 male
 Joined Mar 16 2008
 chandler,az
Turkey Pen Trail #262Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 26 2022
johnlpTriplogs 4,325
Hiking9.00 Miles 1,813 AEG
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1,813 ft AEG
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Last hike in the Chiricahuas. Lower elevation, so a little different flora and fauna.
Severe run off following the Horseshoe fire has changed the landscape near the creeks and wiped out the trails in places. We didn't complete our planned loop because of route finding issues, but it was still a very nice beautiful hike.
The purple flowers with yellow centers are going to seed. The seeds are similar to fox tail. They get into your clothing and drive you nuts. We removed many hundreds of them during and after hiking.
This hike is worth repeating now that we've had a chance to research the route.
Excellent first trip to this part of the Chiricahuas. Thanks to Randy and Kelly for helping put this together. :)
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Wildflowers Observation Moderate
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Sep 28 2022
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55 male
 Joined Jul 12 2012
 Oro Valley, AZ
Thumb Butte Trail #33Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 28 2022
SpiderLegsTriplogs 779
Hiking2.20 Miles 828 AEG
Hiking2.20 Miles      50 Mns   2.64 mph
828 ft AEG
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Did a quick overnight in Prescott for a meeting and was looking for a place to escape for an hour while my wife had a work call this morning. Pulled this up and it was only 10 minutes from my hotel downtown.

The hike up is paved and a tad bit steeper than maybe North Mountain. Seems to be Prescott's workout hike. Saw a dirt trail leading off the main trail at the saddle and explored my options to summit the peak. Got about 90% of the way up, but I was wearing my old Solomon's which I have relegated to dog walking duty. Didn't have the grip to get up a few rocks and didn't want to get up something I couldn't get back down. Scooted back down and completed the loop.

Not a bad trail if visiting Prescott and you need an hour to kill.
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Sep 17 2022
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63 male
 Joined Aug 16 2009
 Mesa,AZ
Turkey Creek - Mogollon RimPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 17 2022
hikerdwTriplogs 514
Hiking12.83 Miles 2,547 AEG
Hiking12.83 Miles   6 Hrs   22 Mns   2.33 mph
2,547 ft AEG      52 Mns Break
 
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Started from the Fish Hatchery TH and hiked across on the Highline Trail, then up on the steep but enjoyable Horton Springs Trail, then headed out to the Turkey Creek area. Located an old hunters platform complete with ladder. Hiked down the creek a bit then climbed out, using some old FR's to make our way to the General Crook Trail, and then down on the Babe.

Along the way we saw some turkey and one very large elk.

Great day.

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Sep 28 2022
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68 male
 Joined Jul 16 2012
 Green Valley,Az
West Desert Preserve, AZ 
West Desert Preserve, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 28 2022
RowdyandMeTriplogs 1,863
Hiking4.50 Miles 229 AEG
Hiking4.50 Miles   2 Hrs   35 Mns   2.11 mph
229 ft AEG      27 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
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A beautiful morning for this hike. Temps are really nice in the morning and I am noticing flowers that I hadn't seen before.
Named place
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[ checklist ] Esperanza Wash
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Wildflowers Observation Moderate

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It is pouring right now and when it does the wash is flowing. The wash also crosses my back yard.
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Sep 28 2022
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53 male
 Joined Aug 23 2005
 Pike National Fo
Pikes Peak from Crags CG THSouth Central, CO
South Central, CO
Hiking avatar Sep 28 2022
sneakySASQUATCHTriplogs 949
Hiking13.80 Miles 4,535 AEG
Hiking13.80 Miles
4,535 ft AEG
 
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Wasn’t sure how this would go. Haven’t been hiking A lot mostly running with decent amount of hills. But, I wasn’t allowed to excercise from April to the beginning of July because of retinal tears. I Think the weight I lost earlier in the year had made it easier. It took me 2:27 to summit and 1:56 to go down which I believe is the fastest I’ve done it from the Crags. I did spend a good hour up top looking at a completely foreign summit from all the other times up. Trail is in decent shape and weather was nice. Not much wind sunny and 30’s at the top. Cloudy so there was reasonable amount of shade. Figured I probably should do at least one 14er. This year and late season = hardly anybody summiting. I was out of commission recovering for a good part of the summer and it’s nice to get out!
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Autumn Foliage Observation Isolated
Good color along the road poor showing this year in our area.
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Sep 28 2022
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62 male
 Joined Oct 17 2008
 Phoenix, AZ
Deem Hills 6.47 Miler, AZ 
Deem Hills 6.47 Miler, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 28 2022
rcorfmanTriplogs 1,438
Hiking6.47 Miles 707 AEG
Hiking6.47 Miles   1 Hour   46 Mns   3.66 mph
707 ft AEG
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Was on the jam today. I even saw some rocks I didn't recognize (ha, just kidding).
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Sep 27 2022
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62 male
 Joined Oct 17 2008
 Phoenix, AZ
Stetson Hills Trails, AZ 
Stetson Hills Trails, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
rcorfmanTriplogs 1,438
Hiking3.09 Miles 70 AEG
Hiking3.09 Miles      50 Mns   3.71 mph
70 ft AEG
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Had to go into the office today, so a short morning walk.
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Aug 19 2022
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52 male
 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Nordlinger-Solsteinhaus HuttetoHutte, WW 
Nordlinger-Solsteinhaus HuttetoHutte, WW
 
Backpack avatar Aug 19 2022
BiFrostTriplogs 1,069
Backpack22.82 Miles 4,195 AEG
Backpack22.82 Miles3 Days         
4,195 ft AEG
 
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Backpacking hut to hut in Austria’s Karwendel range which is wedged in between the German border and Innsbruck Austria to the south. We did a 3 day 2 night hut to hut backpack although we didn’t have to carry all the normal backpacking gear since each hut has a bed, food and beverages.

First, we had to get from Munich to the start town of Seefeld, Austria but public transport being what is it there that was not an issue. Took the train to Garmisch and bus to Seefeld, then walked to a cog train and then another gondola. We also avoided 2000 feet of climbing which was nice considering the weather was questionable and we knew it was going to rain. Getting off the gondola we were at an elevation of 6500 feet and had very little gain to get to Nordlinger Hut. Took about an hour and a half to the hut and it started raining just as we arrived. We checked in and grabbed a beer watching the rain. After about 2 hours it started to clear a bit so we decided to hike a nearby peak Reither Spitze about 400 foot climb. Fun quick hike but clouds started to roll in again.

Back at the hut we settled in for the night. Rained pretty hard that night so sure was nice to be indoors. Got to love those huts :D

Next morning, we had nice breakfast, but it was still raining. The rain continued however it was only 8 miles to the next hut, so we didn’t need all day. Like many others at the hut, we waited to see if the rain would stop and about 1030am we decided to chance it. Little drizzle at first but then it started to come down pretty good. Lasted for about 2 hours before letting up but the cloud show was cool at times. The trail itself was in decent shape and mostly above tree line with lots of talus. The best part was going through the pass Eppzirler Scharte at about 7100 elevation. The ridgeline splits the range so we had great views of both sides. From there it was a steep descent down to the next hut Solsteinhaus right at tree line about 6000 elevation.

Arrived at Solsteinhaus about 3pm and checked in. Same routine as the other hut except this one was much bigger. Being more on the Austria side some hikers come up from Innsbruck but it’s also on the thru hiker route for the Karwendel Range. Talked to several hikers doing the 6 to 8 day thru hike so that was some good conversation. Despite being a larger hut, it was a well-run operation and a decent price especially with the Euro at a good exchange with the dollar. Basically, I had bed for the night, many beers, dinner, and full breakfast for about $80 dollars in an awesome location in the Alps so a smokin deal for sure :y:

It rained overnight again but finally the next morning it was clear and no more rain in the forecast. From Solsteinhaus we followed the trail back towards the German side descending the valley and a narrows on the way out. Reaching the narrows, it was very cool area with the trail carved out of the wall in some spots. Not too many people considering the location and took our time descending the canyon. Eventually it opens back up and we had fast trail out to a final hut for lunch.

After the lunch break, we just had to hike back to the town of Scharnitz on the border and catch the bus. The bus took us back into Germany to catch the train to Munich. The hut to hut hiking is somewhat unique to Austria and Germany especially the way they have it setup!!
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Aug 18 2004
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 Joined Feb 15 2003
 outside, anywher
Hurricane Charley 2004, FL 
Hurricane Charley 2004, FL
 
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RedRoxx44Triplogs 675
Scenic Drive
Scenic Drive
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Notes from the storm in 2004 fri the 13th August.
Fri nite- talked to my parents, after the eyewall went past all communications down. No landline or cell service for them, neighbors etc.
Sat morn-- call boss about 1 am, left Tucson about 2 am after ATM visit. Jeep Cherokee loaded with camp stoves, propane, non perishable food, two empty ice chests, 3 empty 5 gal gas cans, sleeping bag etc.
Sat drive, stop and nap roadside somewhere in Texas.
Sun somewhere stopped for some more supplies. Not sure on timeline now, drove south on I-75 toward Port Charlotte. Amazing as I was only one of a few private vehicles. Power companies, Red Cross vans, Salvation Army vehicles, ASPLUNDH the tree removal group. Big flatbeds with earth moving equipment, Caterpillar etc. Humvees from National Guard. It was a crazy 80-90 mph drive down, I wanted to get there because I was afraid would start to cordon off the area to control access.

South of Sarasota filled ice chests, more water, and filled the gas cans.
The exit to my parents house off the interstate was unrecognizable. No signs, trees gone and a cell tower looked like a pretzel. The lone gas station had no roof and all the pumps were blown off the island.
Roads to my parents house had some debris, some 4 wheeling around trees but not bad. Hit and miss on homes, some heavily damaged but fortunately in their neighborhood it was mostly downed vegetation and some roof damage. Pulled in at dusk, my father was so surprised to see me.

Assessment, no power, they had a small pool so used water to flush the toilets. I believe still had running water. Hot, humid, next day back up north to get generator, tarps, other hardware supply, bought a few more gas cans and another cooler. Got the generator going so they could power the refrigerator and freezer and eat the food out of there before it spoiled. Neighbor had a big propane grill and we all ate steaks and drank a lot of booze.

Ran fans and used cold towels to try to keep my parents comfortable. My father was in his 80's at this time and my mom 79 or so. Most people did not want to leave their homes in this state. Signs "looters will be shot" went up around neighborhoods. I was there about a week and up on a lot of roofs in the area covering holes with tarps. This area was mostly elderly and some relatives came in to help but it was up to neighbors and friends to do what they could. It was raining some everyday. My parents master bedroom was leaking so buckets and the tarp helped eliminate a lot of the leaking.

We saw no one for "help" for 4 days. Went into town to get ice from a national guard set up there. Some of the grocery stores were giving away food or whatever cash you had for cash and carry. Verizon and AT&T brought in portable cell towers about day 5. Day 4 the national guard rolled thru our neighborhood but beyond giving out ice there was not much doing. It was up to the power companies and debris removal to get things going.
My parents garage door was damaged but my dad and the neighbor managed to get it raised up. I left to go back to work a few days before the power was back on but they had a car they could use and I got all the fuel and bottled water for them I could before I left. It was hard to go. They made it all right and insurance repaired the home; however within 18 months they would move to Arizona. I was glad.
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Sep 27 2022
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53 male
 Joined Aug 23 2005
 Pike National Fo
Mt. Esther, CO 
Mt. Esther, CO
 
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
sneakySASQUATCHTriplogs 949
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After a disappointing drive up the 67 to Cripple Creek decided to hike locally and cancelled my plans to trail run Dome Rock because of this years poor fall color showing on the back side of Pikes Peak. Not sure if hot temps or dry summer is to blame, but they were more than lame. Most of the tres haven’t changed and are drying out despite being green. I’ve Seen pics from last week of Breck and Crested Butte and they look pretty good. Part of it is weather, but part of it is kids weekend sports cross country, lacrosse, and volleyball so we’ll probably miss them the next couple years. Weather was nice had to hike far and wide through the neighborhood trails to find any color at all. Hit a lot of areas I haven’t been to in awhile as I’ve mostly been running lately helping coach cross country and barely have time to get a hike in with all the weekly practices and after school activities. It was nice to get out. Didn’t see a soul except for two people who started up the Moredecci trail I was on and quickly realizing it was not the correct trail and turning around.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Light
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Sep 26 2022
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39 male
 Joined Nov 16 2010
 Kingman, AZ
South Loop Charleston Peak TrailVegas, NV
Vegas, NV
Hiking avatar Sep 26 2022
nikorock28Triplogs 982
Hiking8.70 Miles 3,100 AEG
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I felt pretty decent the day after hiking Trail Canyon-North Loop and started up the South Loop at 2:33PM. I had a hard stop, break, eat, hydrate and turn around time at 2 hrs, which put me right at the Charleston-Griffith saddle. I really enjoy the first two miles of this trail, up to the Echo Overlook. Another day of ideal conditions in the Spring Mountains.
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Sep 25 2022
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39 male
 Joined Nov 16 2010
 Kingman, AZ
Charleston Peak from Trail CanyonVegas, NV
Vegas, NV
Hiking avatar Sep 25 2022
nikorock28Triplogs 982
Hiking17.00 Miles 5,600 AEG
Hiking17.00 Miles
5,600 ft AEG
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Ideal conditions. A little chilly in the morning up Trail Canyon, beginning at 8:33AM and 56 degrees. Once the canyon was crested, it was pretty much in the sun for the rest of the day. Really nice trail, much preferred over the South Loop from about mile 4 to the summit. I caught up to my friends right at the beginning of the long switchbacks to the peak, summiting in 3:42. They brought a fresh, clean flag and replaced the tattered one on the summit.
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Sep 27 2022
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40 female
 Joined Jun 23 2015
 Phoenix, AZ
Dixie Peak 2,429 - Phoenix PreservesPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
emilystardustTriplogs 509
Hiking2.50 Miles 926 AEG
Hiking2.50 Miles
926 ft AEG
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Sep 27 2022
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69 male
 Joined Jul 24 2009
 Mesa, AZ
Neighborhood walk, AZ 
Neighborhood walk, AZ
 
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trailzrusTriplogs 1,214
Walk / Tour1.00 Miles
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Sep 25 2022
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65 male
 Joined Mar 16 2008
 chandler,az
Chiricahua & Monte Vista Peak LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 25 2022
johnlpTriplogs 4,325
Hiking13.50 Miles 4,227 AEG
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Second day of our Chiricahua trip. Main goal was to hit the high point of the range, Chiricahua Peak, and add on extras as we had time and energy.
We started with a short bushwhack from camp to the Mormon Ridge trail. As we gained elevation the views opened up and were fantastic.
After a bit we crossed a talus landslide area about a hundred yards wide. There were no cairns or obvious signs of a trail on the other side. Taking the best looking possibility proved to be wrong. An hour later and after half a mile of difficult bushwhacking, we finally found the trail again.
Once we got to the Crest Trail we made our way up to Chiricahua Peak. Views are limited from the top. On the way to Paint Rock, the views back towards the peak are impressive.
It took some route finding to get through Paint Rock, then it was on to Monte Vista Peak. We got rained on by our own little private cloud that followed us all the way from Paint Rock to Monte Vista Peak. We took a break under the porch of the cabin at Monte Vista until the rain slowed.
We decided to skip Johnson Peak on the descent since we were running behind schedule and it was still raining. The descent down Morse Canyon was on nice tread in big forest. Not overgrown like most of what we had been hiking on all day. Great way to end a tremendous hike. :)
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Wildflowers Observation Substantial
Extreme above 8500 feet.
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Sep 27 2022
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43 male
 Joined Sep 08 2006
 Marana, AZ
Old Baldy Trail #372 to Wrightson SummitTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
Jim_HTriplogs 2,005
Hiking10.40 Miles 4,043 AEG
Hiking10.40 Miles   5 Hrs   15 Mns   1.98 mph
4,043 ft AEG10 LBS Pack
 
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Definitely felt like fall for this. Browning continues, and the abundant yellow flowers are finishing up.

Additional heavy rain has wet the mountain again and things which had started to dry out are running with water again.

Copious bear scat all over the upper trail, and on the last bit of the Super Trail a woman was yelling, "go away bear" for at least 10 minutes, while standing in one spot. I never saw the bear, but he is active in the area for sure.

Very quiet with no almost no one else out, and as such it was peaceful. There was some species of hawk screech or serenading me, for the first hour of my hike down off the summit.

The creek continues to flow heavily near the trailhead, and some of last weeks storms were heavy enough that the road was briefly covered with a debris flow.

dry Bellows Spring Dry Dry
Creek flowing heavily, however.

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seep is flowing onto the trail, again
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Sep 27 2022
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67 male
 Joined Feb 10 2019
 Cave Creek, AZ
Louis Menk Nature Trail, AZ 
Louis Menk Nature Trail, AZ
 
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LosDosSloFolksTriplogs 366
Hiking1.71 Miles 266 AEG
Hiking1.71 Miles
266 ft AEG4 LBS Pack
 
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Our morning hike was cut short due to humidity and lethargy. We added on this little sunset hike to get a little more in towards Cathy's goals for the month. This trail is loaded with cool geology and has a nice vista after a 200 foot climb to an overlook in the center of the P.A. Seitts preserve.
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[ checklist ] Jasper Phyllite
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