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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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 Routes 69
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69 male
 Joined Jul 24 2009
 Mesa, AZ
Neighborhood walk, AZ 
Neighborhood walk, AZ
 
Walk / Tour avatar Sep 27 2022
trailzrusTriplogs 1,215
Walk / Tour1.00 Miles
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 4,329
Hiking13.50 Miles 4,227 AEG
Hiking13.50 Miles
4,227 ft 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 2,007
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.

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max Wrightson Spring Dripping Dripping
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
 
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
LosDosSloFolksTriplogs 369
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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Sep 26 2022
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 Guides 9
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 Photos 5,164
 Triplogs 3,586

64 female
 Joined Nov 17 2008
 phoenix, az
Turkey Pen Trail #262Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 26 2022
trekkin_geckoTriplogs 3,586
Hiking9.00 Miles 1,813 AEG
Hiking9.00 Miles
1,813 ft AEG
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coffee and breakfast with randy while we packed up camp
randy suggested a loop for john and i to hike on our way out monday
turkey pen - rock creek - saulsbury
we set out on turkey pen trail around 0800
nice enough trail except for these little flowers that had thousands of seeds that stuck to our clothes
could have done without that
we saw several turkeys run across the trail - john should have a photo
navigating from a photo of randy's fifty year old map, i thought we had to go further north to hit rock creek, when we were already on it
could have just continued east to connect with saulsbury
there is a trail up a drainage where we were looking, but it has been destroyed by flooding
not the correct route anyway
we decided to retrace our steps back through the stickers
nice enough hike, but a little frustrating
would like to go back someday to complete the loop
nice country out there
again, saw no one else
lots to do from west turkey creek: more trails and different combinations
we'll be back!
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Sep 27 2022
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71 male
 Joined Feb 12 2002
 Gold Canyon, AZ
Sego Canyon Rock Art and Ghost TownCentral, UT
Central, UT
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
AZLOT69Triplogs 2,006
Hiking2.00 Miles 144 AEG
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144 ft AEG
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A return trip after several years. A lot of damage has occurred, busy place now.
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Sep 27 2022
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71 male
 Joined Feb 12 2002
 Gold Canyon, AZ
Brender Rd Rock ArtSoutheast, UT
Southeast, UT
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
AZLOT69Triplogs 2,006
Hiking2.50 Miles 80 AEG
Hiking2.50 Miles
80 ft AEG
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Ran into some quick sand on the way in due to recent rains. Reacted quick enough to avoid disaster. Great day of exploring after the scare.
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Sep 24 2022
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74 male
 Joined Feb 28 2003
 Tucson, AZ
West Turkey Creek-Chiricahua, AZ 
West Turkey Creek-Chiricahua, AZ
 
Car Camping avatar Sep 24 2022
rwstormTriplogs 992
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I had been down to the area several times this summer to see the aftermath of some flood events, but had not camped yet. I received a PM from John that he and Kelly wanted to do some camping and hiking in southern Arizona and wanted ideas. I suggested West Turkey Creek because the stream was flowing strong and a network of trails radiates out to the upper reaches of the range. They liked the idea and invited me to join them, so heck yeah, got to camp in one of my favorite places for two nights and not be alone for a change! :D

Saturday after setting up camp we did a hike up to Mormon Spring and the old sawmill site. Missed it on the way up and hiked aways further up the canyon, where we encountered some serious trail rehab work. I was too tired to go much further, so while John and Kelly continued on up canyon for awhile, I backtracked to look for the sawmill site, which I found and waited there for them to return. :) I don't do much hiking anymore, so that was it for me this trip. The rest of my time was spent hanging around camp. :lol:

John and Kelly were going to do a big loop hike Sunday and wondered if I would get bored while they were gone. Not a chance...just being out there is good enough for me! :) There were a number of other campers Saturday, but they all left Sunday, so we had the campground to ourselves Sunday night. The last campers to leave had a problem though, a dead battery on their SUV. The way they were positioned in the park spot, I was unable to drive close enough to use the jumper cables to help them. So they tried to push the vehicle back out to the road, but the slope was too much, so I looked around for a way to drive down into the camping area and get close enough to get the job done. It took awhile, but I was finally to get close enough that we could use the cables. Success! :D It took a bit of effort to get my RAV back up on the campground road, as I was spinning in the wet dirt on the embankment, but after a couple tries I got it done. :sweat: Of course the FS crew showed up for their daily visit to check on things while I was down in the tent area, but they were glad I was able to help the folks out and spent some time raking away my tire tracks and placing a few more large rocks on the embankment where I had driven down. :lol: All part of the fun of camping. : wink :

After another great night of sleeping, I packed up my stuff in the morning and enjoyed a few cups of coffee, while John and Kelly headed off to do another hike before heading home. Thanks for the invite to join in on this adventure!

I kind of liked the pulsing culvert. :lol:
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Wildflowers Observation Moderate
another great summer display fading away
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Aug 15 2022
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52 male
 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Austria-Landenscharte-OberseeLake Loop, WW 
Austria-Landenscharte-OberseeLake Loop, WW
 
Hiking avatar Aug 15 2022
BiFrostTriplogs 1,070
Hiking8.43 Miles 896 AEG
Hiking8.43 Miles   4 Hrs   51 Mns   2.55 mph
896 ft AEG   1 Hour   33 Mns Break
 
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Short hike out of Fussen town. Followed the Lech River upstream out of town eventually reaching the Lech River Falls. Stopped there to take a few pics with more than a few people. Didn't stay long continuing up the trail along the river again that eventually crossed over the border into Austria.

On the Austrian side we climbed up a hill and over the Landenscharte to the next valley. Nice forest and trails in this area that we followed down the valley to Obersee Lake. Took a break at the lake before hiking to train station in Fussen for the ride back to Munich. Good hike to finish up the few days in Fussen!
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Sep 27 2022
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68 male
 Joined Jul 16 2012
 Green Valley,Az
Canoa Hills Trails ParkTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
RowdyandMeTriplogs 1,867
Hiking5.64 Miles 368 AEG
Hiking5.64 Miles   3 Hrs   31 Mns   2.04 mph
368 ft AEG      45 Mns Break
 
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The weather only keeps getting better. We finished our just before noon and it was still under 90 degrees out. Not to many people out that also makes in more enjoyable.
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Sep 27 2022
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55 male
 Joined Jan 30 2011
 Chandler, AZ
Pass Mountain Loop Trail #282Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
JuanJaimeiiiTriplogs 1,940
Hiking7.40 Miles 1,194 AEG
Hiking7.40 Miles   2 Hrs   119 Mns   1.86 mph
1,194 ft AEG
 
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Sep 25 2022
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64 female
 Joined Nov 17 2008
 phoenix, az
Chiricahua & Monte Vista Peak LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 25 2022
trekkin_geckoTriplogs 3,586
Hiking13.50 Miles 4,227 AEG
Hiking13.50 Miles
4,227 ft AEG
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this looked like a solid loop with two peaks, right from sycamore campground
got going around 0800 or so after coffee and breakfast with randy
cut straight up the hill to mormon ridge
nice trail with good views, right up until where we lost the trail crossing an avalanche/rock field
took us a long time to find it again, with plenty of bushwhacking and climbing around on loose rock
"someone" forgot to import the pieces to this loop, which would have been helpful ](*,)
trail found, we continued to the crest trail, then north to the chiricahua peak trail
took a little break on the high point, then retraced our steps to chiricahua saddle
headed for monte vista peak, with another route finding adventure near paint rock
the crest trail was very overgrown and hard to find in places
lots of sharp raspberry bushes and other pointy vegetation
it would have been nice to have shin guards
got a few sprinkles and then some light rain
at the peak, went partway up the tower then took a break under the cabin overhang until it stopped raining
steep descent down turtle mountain and morse canyon trails, finishing with a road walk
enjoyed the loop and fun to do something new
was surprised at how little traffic the trails seem to get - we saw no one all day
my phone died on monte vista peak, so i used @dixieflyer's stats for the remaining mileage
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Aug 14 2022
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52 male
 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Hornburg-Tegelberg-Neuschwanstein, WW 
Hornburg-Tegelberg-Neuschwanstein, WW
 
Hiking avatar Aug 14 2022
BiFrostTriplogs 1,070
Hiking16.81 Miles 2,340 AEG
Hiking16.81 Miles   8 Hrs   39 Mns   2.04 mph
2,340 ft AEG      25 Mns Break
 
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In Fussen Germany for a couple of days hiking some touristy spots. It's a beautiful area so kind of hard to not have the crowds but we were able to avoid them to some degree.

Started hiking right from Fussen town and across the Lech River then up into the hills across the forest to Schwansee Lake. Took a break at the lake before continuing over to Hornburg summit. The summit was only about 700 foot climb but still enough for some solid views and took a break on top. After the break we hiked back down the same way.

At the bottom we cheated a bit and took gondola to top of Tegelberg. From the top it was pretty much downhill on some cool trail with goal hiking down to Neuschwanstein Castle. The castle is the tourist epicenter but by approaching from the mountain down we really didn't see many people until right before the approach. Without going into a history lesson the 19th century castle was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the basis for the Disneyland Castle. The trail drops in above the castle so we had good views well before reaching the crowds.

Once at the castle we hiked past the tourists and out the other side crossing over into the hills and trails heading back towards Fussen. According to the history the trail we hiked back to Fussen was used by King Ludwig and his entourage going between town and the castle. Very heavily wooded area and seemed like a great spot for ambush if someone was so inclined. Good hike despite the crowded castle site with little bit of everything!
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Sep 27 2022
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50 male
 Joined May 26 2017
 Phoenix, AZ
Trail 100 Loop, AZ 
Trail 100 Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2022
Nate_FTriplogs 113
Hiking5.01 Miles 443 AEG
Hiking5.01 Miles   2 Hrs   1 Min   2.57 mph
443 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
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Quick exercise this morning before it gets warm. Climbed to the top of a foothill over looking Dreamy Draw park to see how the progress was going. I thought it was supposed to re-open this fall, but now I hear next spring '23. The parking lot and facilities look like there's quite a bit of work to do. Nice day though.
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Sep 26 2022
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 Joined Apr 27 2015
 cave creek, az
Camino Campana TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 26 2022
thirstylizardTriplogs 37
Hiking1.01 Miles 46 AEG
Hiking1.01 Miles      28 Mns   2.42 mph
46 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
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Just in time for the visitor season...

Camino Campana is a barrier free trail accessed from the Fraesfield Trailhead, in the north Scottsdale region of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve. Dedicated in 2021, this "nature" trail provides an easy path into the beauty of Sonoran Desert upland with signage dispersed along the route describing related habitat--including geology, flora and fauna.

The signage and descriptions are thoughtful and elegant, describing not only the features of the desert but also the history of the area to include the Rio fire impacts, ranching and military history.

The artwork on the trail is worth the visit alone. Artists from Scottsdale's "Cattle Track Arts Complex" created the art for the descriptive signage. The signage is thoughtful and elegant with QR codes providing multilingual capability. You will not find individual plants labeled, which also keeps the visual clutter to a minimum.

Views to other hiking areas the preserve including Granite Mountain, Cholla Mountain and Tom's Thumb are visible from the trail as are other Arizona icons including Four Peaks and the Superstition ranges.
There is a "Postcard from Arizona" photo station included in the loop.

If the group wants more steps added to the day, a simple loop of Black Hill Trail, Dixileta Trail, Whiskey Bottle Trail loop should fulfill that requirement.

The trail is named for Sam Campana, former Scottsdale mayor and advocate for the outdoors, art and accessibility. No potable water at the trailhead, yet restrooms are available. The trail offers little shade, so mindfulness as to temperature is advised. There are no fees and the trail is accessible year round from sunrise to sunset. The McDowell Sonoran Preserve is NOT open for night hiking. Officially, the trail is .7 miles. This track distance is from the trailhead building.

Fraesfield Trailhead is located at 13400 East Rio Verde Dr. Scottsdale, Arizona.

https://www.mcdowellsonoran.org/fraesfield
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Sep 23 2022
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36 male
 Joined Aug 06 2009
 Phoenix, AZ
East Clear Creek - Horse Xing to LeonardPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 23 2022
nathanbriskTriplogs 56
Hiking4.84 Miles 1,032 AEG
Hiking4.84 Miles   43 Hrs   7 Mns   0.17 mph
1,032 ft AEG   15 Hrs   1 Min Break
 
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It's been a while. My brother wanted to go somewhere new, and we were bringing two newbies with us, so he wanted an in-season, low-difficulty hike. I made my first mistake as I used Google Maps to navigate to the trailhead. It took us on a very gnarly offshoot forest service road, but fortunately my 4x4 could handle it. Lots of fun mud puddles to cross, though.

We intended to hike about 6 miles in, but we only ended up making it 2 miles. Route finding proved difficult, and my companions were squirrelly on the creek crossings.

Our first day, it rained a good deal. I was successful in getting a campfire started, though. We encountered ~4 established campsites in the first 1.5 miles following the creek. Only one appeared to have been used recently, and there was some half-burned trash left behind.

Our second day didn't have rain, and we gave ourselves more time to set up camp and enjoy a swimming area in the creek.

On the third day, we hiked out.

It was disappointing to not go as far as we had intended, but it was a win for the newbies. A hike like this with little elevation gain and plenty of water was an OK way to introduce them to the wilderness.
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Sep 24 2022
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64 female
 Joined Nov 17 2008
 phoenix, az
Mormon Canyon Trail #352Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 24 2022
trekkin_geckoTriplogs 3,586
Hiking3.90 Miles 1,050 AEG
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john and randy arranged a camping/hiking weekend in the chiricahuas
west turkey creek area would be new to me, and it offered plenty of hiking options
randy found a great campsite for us
john and i rolled in around mid afternoon
set up camp, then randy wanted to do a short hike with us and show us some of the landmarks
we crossed the creek, then headed up mormon canyon
highlights included a hawk, a dam, a waterfall, an old sawmill and mormon spring
we didn't find the sawmill and spring on the way up, so john and i went a little further
randy had located the sawmill by the time we went back down, right near the wilderness sign
finished in the dark with one more creek crossing
good times! we hadn't hiked with randy since newman peak in 2015
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Sep 25 2022
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 Phx az
Sandy Seep Trail #129Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 25 2022
ScaredyCatTriplogs 74
Hiking11.35 Miles 2,910 AEG
Hiking11.35 Miles   6 Hrs   58 Mns   1.76 mph
2,910 ft AEG      31 Mns Break
 
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Devised a loop off the map. Low & behold, the night before, I found Tibber had posted the same route 9 years ago. Dld it & away I went. Believe it is actually FR935 to the TH.

The old Heart trail was the highlight of the day. Sunset is more of a ridgeline climb. Then finally a short road to the peak. The elev. gained over 6 miles is quickly dumped down lookout. Fat mans is interesting. Beautiful temps & fall colors.
Sep 24 2022
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65 male
 Joined Mar 16 2008
 chandler,az
Mormon Canyon Trail #352Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 24 2022
johnlpTriplogs 4,329
Hiking3.90 Miles 1,050 AEG
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We were looking for camping/hiking options in southern AZ. Who better to ask than rwstorm himself?
The Chiricahuas topped the list of possibilities. The West Turkey Creek area has lots of trails and camping opportunities, and was our choice.
Randy arrived before we did and had picked out a nice campsite along the creek. After we set up our tents, we all decided to venture up the Mormon Canyon trail to the old saw mill site and also check out Mormon Spring.
The concrete foundations from the mill were obscured by deadfall and we passed right by without noticing. After some more hiking uphill, Randy decided we had gone too far and started back down the trail. Kelly and I continued a ways up hill until we needed to return as sunset was approaching.
Randy was waiting for us at the mill site on our return. He also found Mormon Spring nearby.
By the time we got going again the sun had set and we had to finish the last bit of the hike in the dark. Interesting hike. Good times. Thanks for showing us around Randy. :)
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