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May 09 2005
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
Secret Canyon Trail #121Sedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking avatar May 09 2005
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking10.00 Miles 400 AEG
Hiking10.00 Miles   6 Hrs      1.67 mph
400 ft AEG
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Really enjoyed the water along this hike...it kept it cool and pleasant. The butterflies were everywhere as well as some late season lupine. We saw only 3 other people at the start of this hike...none of them came out to the waterfall, so once again we had this hike to ourselves. The only downfall was a gentleman whom was digging all the thistles out of the ground and leaving broken plants on the trail and the hillsides sort of torn up. Very strange! While we enjoyed this hike, we would not recommend it when there is no water running. Without the creek running, it's more of a nicely forested hike, but with very few of the scenic vistas we have come to expect and enjoy in the Sedona area. Also, the view of the waterfall is from the top, watching it run down, so it is not what we usually expect from a waterfall, but really a neat view especially watching the water crash down through a hole in the sandstone.
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Apr 26 2005
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 Apache Junction,
Seven Falls - Sabino Canyon Recreation AreaTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 26 2005
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking7.60 Miles 700 AEG
Hiking7.60 Miles   5 Hrs      1.52 mph
700 ft AEG
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This was our first time in the Sabino Canyon area... We were surprized to find so few paople on this trail. Seems like most people were there to take a tram ride. We saw 2 big groups coming out, multiple deer, road runners, and hummingbirds, but imagine our astonishment to have the falls completely to ourselves! Enjoyed the view, a few little frogs, and a good lunch before heading back out. The falls are still flowing pretty well and the weather was perfect! Could not have asked for a more perfect day! Took advantage of the Catalina Mountain pass and also drove up to Mt. Lemon, and then down the back way to Oracle. Once again, there was absolutely no one around, maybe because it was a weekday, maybe because of road construction, but a terrific day trip all in all!
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Oct 23 2004
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
Reavis via Campaign Trl, AZ 
Reavis via Campaign Trl, AZ
 
Backpack avatar Oct 23 2004
landsinazTriplogs 31
Backpack20.00 Miles
Backpack20.00 Miles   14 Hrs      1.43 mph
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Looking at our Superstition Wilderness map, we decided to try a different way into Reavis Ranch. We took the Campaign Trail to the Fire Line trail to hike in, and used the Reavis Gap trail to make it a loop to hike back out.

Coming in via the CAmpaign Trail was beautiful. Lots of water in Campaign Creek and then at Brushy Spring. It is pretty much a continuous climb to the Fire Line trail, but as it is thickly forested and gradual, it makes for a really beautiful hike. Coming off a long summer without much hiking, made this pretty tough for the first backpacking trip of the year, so we decide to stay at the junction of the Campaign and Fire Line trails the first night, planning to fill up water at Black Jack Spring. Bad plan as when we found the tank for Black Jack, there was no water. We hiked back a little over a mile to Brushy Spring to fill up. (3 people and 4 dogs can go through a lot of water!)

We really enjoyed the area and the late wildflowers. We saw lots of bear scat literally everywhere, but no critters. After a couple nice bottles of wine and a good night's sleep, we started late the next morning. We also took a little time to find and put up the Trail sign for the Fire Line Trail,as we found it laying in the bushes.

We have decide there is just no way to get to Reavis Ranch that does not involve an evil hill climb. The first mile of Fire Line climbs a little over 900 feet and it has a whole lot of straight up! After the agony of the up and a great view back toward Pinto Peak, the trail meanders through Ponderosa pines and flowers and more bear scat until it gradually descends into Reavis Valley. We spent the second night at Reavis, enjoying wine, cheese and apples to our hearts content! Yum!

We planned to take the Reavis Gap Trail back out and turned off at the signed intersection. We followed a well worn trail until it turned into a not so well used trail until it turned into nothing...and there was much sadness as we spent a good hour bushwhacking and bouldering up a wash and a big hill to reconnect with the trail. While roaming around on no trails and random game trails, I almost fell on a dead deer...it had its antlers cut off and was partially gutted and starting to become smelly and again there was much sadness...

Once we connected with the Reavis Gap Trail we figured we were in great shape. I must say however, that rocky and steep do not even begin to aptly describe this trail. We marveled as we slid and slipped our way down that anyone would ever go UP this. You couldn't pay me to do it! We did see multiple deer and great wildfowers and amazing scenic vistas...but this is not a route we wish to be on again any time soon!

On the bright side, coming in this way we did not see one, single solitary person who was not in our group of three. We figured it would be unheard of not to find people at Reavis this time of year. We found a fire still smoldering in a ring near the ranch house foundation, but that was the only sign of people on this entire trip.
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Sep 20 2004
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
Widforss TrailNorthwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 20 2004
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking9.40 Miles 650 AEG
Hiking9.40 Miles   4 Hrs      2.35 mph
650 ft AEG
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This is a very well maintained trail and would be easy if not for the 8000+ elevation. It offers spectacular vies of the canyon and a great deal of solitude, at least when we were there. The aspens were just starting to turn and we saw a group of 8 mule deer and more turkeys than I bothered to count. Lots of various birds and wild flowers as well. There is a large area following the trail that recently burned. It had heavily rained the day before, and there was black run off everywhere and a really strong smell of wet ash in areas. This was the only downfall on this hike.

Information at the park states that this hike has a picnic area and indeed it does.... We were surprized to find a picnic table almost at Widforss Point. Not sure how they got this out there, and you really can't see the canyon from the spot it was placed, but it is there.
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Jan 31 2004
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
Charlebois Loop 1, AZ 
Charlebois Loop 1, AZ
 
Backpack avatar Jan 31 2004
landsinazTriplogs 31
Backpack15.30 Miles
Backpack15.30 Miles   9 Hrs      1.70 mph
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We used Hiker's Guide to The Superstions for this trip and took a variation of the 1st loop. It leaves from Peralta Trail head...Fritski offers a good descritption of the hike into Charlebois.

We started at about 11:30 on Saturday. There were lots of folks at the trailhead, but everyone took Peralta which left us with the Bluff Springs trail pretty much to ourselves. The day was very overcast and cool, pretty much our favorite hiking weather.

The views all along this hike a amazing. There was lots of water, some large pools and some still flowing in the Bluff Springs area. We stopped at LaBarge Spring to fill up our water. It is flowing very nicely and made for a nice rest stop. surprisingly, there was no one around this area. We passed some people on the way in and asked about the location of the spring. Both groups directed us to a puddle in the wash. We persevered and found the spring on the east wall exactly as it was described.

We left from here and skipped Charlebois Spring. It was getting late in the day and the area around below the spring was heavily camped. On group told us that the spring had been taken over by "trolls". We assume this was the scouting group we saw head out the next morning. We continued down into Marsh valley and found multiple beautiful camping spots. We had the area completely to ourselves, with the exception of a large owl. We heard lots of chirping and calling...we guess thaat it was most likely deer. There are still some decent sized, clear pools of water in Marsh Valley.

Hiking out the next morning was perfect, sunny and not too warm. We continued on the Dutchman's Trail to where it combines with the Needle Trail. The views of Black Mountain, Squaw Canyon and Malapais Mountain were awe-inspiring. We just wish we could have spent another day exploring in the area.

Our least favorite part of this hike was coming up on the Terrapin Trail to Terrapin Pass. The views can't be beat, but the .7 mile up is not so fun. Coming down from Terrapin Pass back to Bluff Springs Trail was easily the prettiest part of the trip. Pools and water everywhere, and everything is green and lush right now. Some of the balancing rock formations were on a par with those found down in Chiracahua. Of course the highlight of coming out this way are the stunning views of Weaver's Needle. It truly dominates the surroundings!

All in all a great trip. Only one fall on loose rocks, so we'll call it good!
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Jan 24 2004
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
Hieroglyphics Trail #101Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 24 2004
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking5.00 Miles 588 AEG
Hiking5.00 Miles   3 Hrs      1.67 mph
588 ft AEG
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We revisited this close to home favorite. Cloudy and overcast, and started late so we managed to miss the morning crowd and left before the lunchtimers could arrive. Spent so additional time wandering up the canyon this time. It seems to be one of those areas that just calls you in and makes you keep on going!
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Jan 11 2004
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54 female
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 Apache Junction,
2nd Water/Boulder Canyon Loop, AZ 
2nd Water/Boulder Canyon Loop, AZ
 
Backpack avatar Jan 11 2004
landsinazTriplogs 31
Backpack11.30 Miles
Backpack11.30 Miles   6 Hrs   15 Mns   1.81 mph
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We did this hike/backpack as a loop, taking Second Water Trail past the spring down to Boulder Canyon. We then took Boulder Canyon South to hook up with the Dutchman Trail coming out at First Water trailhead. The trail down to Second Water Spring is very steep with some loose footing. Second Water Spring does have water, but not a lot. (This was good news for the Boy Scout troop and others who were headed up from Boulder Canyon on a quest for water to pump!) We camped for the night about 1 mile from the junction of the Boulder Canyon and Calvary trails...there are multpile good camping spots with sandy ground which makes for good sleeping. sunday morning we had a leisurely breakfast and a decent hike back to the trailhead. There were many groups camping near the junction of Second Water and Boulder Canyon, but we had no company further in. It just means one has to carry a lot of weight in water. Boulder canyon does have some small pools of seasonal water up past its junction with Calvary trail.

This is going to be on a list of favorites for us. The views of Battleship Mountain, Palomino Mountain and Weaver's Needle are gorgeous, especially with early morning sun on them. Lots of birds and a few lizards out, but not much else. We did see lots of tacks near all the small pools of water.
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Jan 01 2004
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
Cross country in the Supes, AZ 
Cross country in the Supes, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jan 01 2004
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking2.50 Miles
Hiking2.50 Miles   1 Hour      2.50 mph
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Took off form 1st water road, following an old dirt road until it ended at the forest line, then followed a minimally cairned route toward the back side of Flat Iron. Just wanted to make sure we started the new year off right!
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Dec 27 2003
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
2nd Water to Boulder Canyon, AZ 
2nd Water to Boulder Canyon, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Dec 27 2003
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking6.10 Miles
Hiking6.10 Miles   2 Hrs   40 Mns   2.29 mph
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Took 2nd Water trail over towrd Boulder Canyon to get some fresh air and take the puppies hiking. Very windy and cool, 45 degrees at the trail head, but beautiful as always!
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Nov 22 2003
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
Massacre FallsPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 22 2003
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking3.60 Miles 1,102 AEG
Hiking3.60 Miles   2 Hrs      1.80 mph
1,102 ft AEG
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Nice morning hike, but very windy. Only one other hiker and 3 coyotes shared the area with us. Always a good, close to home, get out really quick hike!
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Sep 29 2003
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54 female
 Joined Mar 31 2002
 Apache Junction,
Natural Bridge Trail, AZ 
Natural Bridge Trail, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 29 2003
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking4.50 Miles
Hiking4.50 Miles   2 Hrs   30 Mns   1.80 mph
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We had never done this hike in Chiracahua National Monument...we were told that it an infrequently used trail and that it can be good for wildlife. After trudging uphill for okay views ( lots of collered lizards)and then going down hill into the killer gnat infested burnt forest of death, the bridge left a great deal to be desired. (There is not much contrast between it and the rocks behind it...two people in our party of three had to have it pointed out... We'll call it a camoflaged natural bridge...)Then to go back up the hill...now known as blister hill and realize that the best view on the entire trail is about a quarter mile from the trail head, we can see why this is not a popular trail. The best part of this trail was our visit with some Mexican Jays who wanted to share our trail mix in the worst way. Considering the fantastic natural beauty that abounds in Chiracahua N.M., we will stick to our well known favorites, Heart of Rocks and Echo Canyon.
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Sep 20 2003
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54 female
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 Apache Junction,
Hackberry Spring from Horse LotPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 20 2003
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking5.20 Miles 200 AEG
Hiking5.20 Miles   2 Hrs   30 Mns   2.08 mph
200 ft AEG
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We decided to take a quick early morning hike and to do Garden Valley Loop backwards...We liked it better this direction actually. It seemed to make the elevation changes a little more gradual. The spring is running, but not nearly as much as we've seen in the past. The water in the holding pond at the base of the cliff is pretty smelly and filled with algae, but the water coming from the pipe is relatively clear. Still, it was really nice to have some cooler weather so as to enjoy local hiking once again!
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Aug 16 2003
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54 female
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 Apache Junction,
Kinder Crossing Trail #19Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Backpack avatar Aug 16 2003
landsinazTriplogs 31
Backpack1.50 Miles 370 AEG
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This is very much a favorite spot for us...pretty quick to get to and great water. The wild flowers are just starting to really bloom and it's beautiful. Of course that means that it's pretty wet. We have had morning and early afternoon showers on both our recent trips. Slippery algae rocks and unplanned for swims with pack aside, this was a great trip! And, again, a big thank you to Greg for pulling me out! Amazingly, the sleeping bag stayed dry and the wine bottle did not break. Life is good!
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May 10 2003
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54 female
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 Apache Junction,
West Clear Creek Trail #17Camp Verde, AZ
Camp Verde, AZ
Backpack avatar May 10 2003
landsinazTriplogs 31
Backpack2.20 Miles 2,822 AEG
Backpack2.20 Miles   2 Hrs      1.10 mph
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It's been 4 years since our last visit here...lots more water than last time we were out. Still the beginning has the annoying, beer-chugging, trash-leaving, usually teenage crowd, but just a little distance in, you can still get away from it all. (And be upstream from the previously mentioned types!) We did bring a trash bag and picked up on the way out. Water is still pretty chilly, but with a nice sunny rock, it's worth the initial cold shock! Wathced a fly catcher of some sort catching bugs and feeding its young. Lots of bats, too. And looks like the dragonflies should be coming out soon. Saw lots and lots of dragonfly nymphs. We have seen small trout in the creek before, but none this trip. Still a relatively crowd free place to enjoy some great scenery and cool water, too.
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Apr 05 2003
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54 female
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 Apache Junction,
Rogers Canyon RuinsGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 05 2003
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking8.20 Miles 1,118 AEG
Hiking8.20 Miles   4 Hrs      2.05 mph
1,118 ft AEG
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Nice to revisit this trail. As always, it is spectacular, and was made all that much better as there was water, water everywhere! Once you leave the junction of the Reavis trail and head down into the cnayon, there was water flowing all the way to, and past, the ruins. Some beautiful wildflowers (mostly poppies and lupine) on the way in. We saw three deer as well.
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Jan 11 2003
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54 female
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 Apache Junction,
Hackberry Spring LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 11 2003
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking5.00 Miles 462 AEG
Hiking5.00 Miles   3 Hrs      1.67 mph
462 ft AEG
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We do this hike often and think it's great for newer, less aclimated hikers. It's fun to see the look of surprize that there is actually water in the Superstitions! Plus, ot's close to home when we only have a morning to get out and go. Another plus, we never see anybody out there!
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Nov 30 2002
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54 female
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 Apache Junction,
Hieroglyphics Trail #101Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 30 2002
landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking4.00 Miles 588 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles   2 Hrs      2.00 mph
588 ft AEG
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Took the parental units on this one, and of course, they loved it! It truly is the ideal hike for relaatively fit out of town visitors! We had lots of sprinkles and some pretty slippery rocks. No wildlife...lots of people out, but still ealtively quiet considering the crowds we expected! Still, saw a gentleman "hiking" in loafers who has no idea the length of the trail or what he was in for...unprepared people make me nervous! The clouds, showes and a rainbow below the ridgeline will make this memorable visit for sure!
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Nov 24 2002
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 Apache Junction,
Reavis Ranch via 109 SouthGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
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landsinazTriplogs 31
Backpack13.60 Miles
Backpack13.60 Miles   9 Hrs   45 Mns   1.39 mph
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Nice overnighter in the beautiful Superstitions, but too damn cold at night! The creek is running great and there is still a few trees with Fall color doing their thing. The stars were incredible before moon-rise. We can't wait to get back and spend a few more days out here to check out Circle Stone and Reavis Falls,

Note to self...although it's really nice to have at arrival, do not carry 2 bottles of wine! Remember the blisters!

This would be very do-able as a day hike, but one would want to have plenty of time to explore the ranch area without rushing. It is truly another world---had to keep reminding ourselves that this really is in the Superstitions!
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Nov 09 2002
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 Apache Junction,
First Water Upper Creek LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
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landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking7.20 Miles 710 AEG
Hiking7.20 Miles   4 Hrs   30 Mns   1.60 mph
710 ft AEG
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Like the summaarry says, we started up First Water Creek at the seventh crossing. The creek at this point is still really dry and it doesn't look like anybody tries this one very often. Lots of dead vegetation. When the canyon narrows and turns south, we started to see water in the deeper pools. Lots of butterflies, too. We did not stay to the left at the top because the trail is cairned to the right. Do no go this way or you will be very sad. We ended up bushwacking back towards the saddle, and I am pretty sure that every scratchy, poking, tearing, thorn-bearing plant in Arizona inhabits this area! Ouch! The view from the saddle is great and it's pretty much down hill from here. The trail meanders everywhere and is almost gone in places until you reach Tim's Saddle. We re-carined where it made sense. We GPS'd this loop and came in at 6.85 miles even with being lost. It's a great hike if you have a spirit of adventure and like the solitude.
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Nov 02 2002
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 Apache Junction,
Garden Valley LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
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landsinazTriplogs 31
Hiking5.40 Miles 450 AEG
Hiking5.40 Miles   2 Hrs   55 Mns   1.85 mph
450 ft AEG
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We did this loop by following First Water Creek bed to an old corral and going out near a locked gate as described in Hikers Guide to the Superstition Wilderness. (Great book, by the way1) Enjoyed seeing the evidence of the indian ruins and old mines. Saw a small skeleton in the area--probably a coyote or javelina. There were an amazing number of butterfies out. They seem to be enjoying the Rabbit Bush and Desert Broom which are blooming everwhere. Hackberry Spring is flowing well. The lower concrete basin is full. Nice to see the ground water! There is still quite a bit of water in depressions in the rock of the creek bed. We saw lots of tadpoles and the fresh water version of brine shrimp. Really a beautiful hike and not a soul in sight except at the parking lot!
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