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Nov 26 2020
LindaAnn
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 Guides 42
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 Photos 3,509
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Sunrise Peak from 124th Lost Dog TrailheadPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 26 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking5.84 Miles 1,368 AEG
Hiking5.84 Miles   2 Hrs   21 Mns   2.70 mph
1,368 ft AEG      11 Mns Break
 
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A chance to burn some calories before the damage this afternoon. We got to the trailhead as the gate opened and got started a few minutes later. No lights needed. Cools temps, but with no breeze, it was comfortable. Not many people out as we headed up, and the summit was mostly empty, but the masses were just a few minutes behind us. Lots of hikers on the way back down. Most of the group did the longer hike, but after the summit I headed back to the trailhead, accompanied by Ray, since I had to get home and continue the meal prep. Great to see everyone who was able to join us. As always, I’m very much appreciative of a great resource like HAZ, which allows us to find hiking partners with common interests and enjoy the friendships made along the way. I hope everyone has an enjoyable Thanksgiving!
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Nov 16 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Lost Mine - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 16 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking3.04 Miles 617 AEG
Hiking3.04 Miles   1 Hour   42 Mns   2.00 mph
617 ft AEG      11 Mns Break
 
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
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Short hike with Wyatt. Used lamps most of the way. Warm, zero breeze. Heard a lot of coyotes, saw one little speckled rattler.
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Nov 14 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Thompson Peak from 104th St, AZ 
Thompson Peak from 104th St, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 14 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking13.20 Miles 3,629 AEG
Hiking13.20 Miles   6 Hrs   6 Mns   2.36 mph
3,629 ft AEG      31 Mns Break
 
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Started from the 104th St trailhead a little before sunrise. Made our way up to Bell Pass via Levee, Paradise, Gateway Loop, and Bell Pass trails. A handful of people out, but not many. Shade all the way to Bell Pass. After that, we were in the sun, but still cool. Down Prospector, then up Thompson Peak Rd. As usual, the road was a grind. Finally got to the top, where we took a long break. There was one woman up there who suddenly decided she was going to join us on the way back out. Very strange, but I got rid of her quickly. Sometimes I am just not a nice person. Hike down was uneventful, but warm. Lots more people once we were back on the west side of Bell Pass. No clouds, not much breeze.
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Nov 13 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Union-Dixie-Western Vista, AZ 
Union-Dixie-Western Vista, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 13 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking11.32 Miles 1,894 AEG
Hiking11.32 Miles   4 Hrs   54 Mns   2.41 mph
1,894 ft AEG      12 Mns Break
 
1st trip
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Met up with Angela at the Desert Vista TH just after 0800 and we got started. Cool, but no breeze. We headed over to Union Peak first. Hazy views to the east and southeast.

From there, we looped around and headed over towards Dixie Mtn. I was surprised to see several areas with mining evidence along Cactus Wren Trail. Definitely getting warm by the time we reached the turnoff for Dixie Summit. I headed up there real quick, then we continued along the loop. Angela talked me into heading over Western Vista as well.

We headed up Western Vista, which at least had a mild breeze. From there, we finished out the loop back to the trailhead. Angela kindly brought refreshments (thank you!), so we relaxed for a few minutes before heading out. Good to see Angela again, and great conversation. A handful of people on the trails, almost nothing in the way of wildlife.
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Nov 13 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Lost Mine - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 13 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking3.05 Miles 615 AEG
Hiking3.05 Miles   1 Hour   26 Mns   2.23 mph
615 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
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Halfway up Lost Mine with the kids since they wanted to see the chuckwalla, which they found under the same rock. A bit warm, but no complaints from the kids. I may have whined a little...
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Nov 12 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Lost Camp LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 12 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking5.65 Miles 1,402 AEG
Hiking5.65 Miles   2 Hrs   31 Mns   2.32 mph
1,402 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
 
Partners none no partners
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Unexpected free day during the remodel allowed me to get out for a few hours. Up Ruins, down Lost Mine, with three short side trips. Went to one of the mines below National, there’s a “fence” made of branches blocking the entrance now. I left it alone so as not to draw attention to that fact I was there. Looks like vultures, or some other large birds, are now using the mine and it didn’t seem like the equipment at the back is there anymore. Saw one owl near Lost Ranch, and a very scrawny chuckwalla along Lost Mine. Chatted for a moment with a woman who was wearing a HAZ t-shirt, but she doesn’t have a profile on the website. High cloud cover was nice.
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Nov 10 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Telegraph-Corona Loop, AZ 
Telegraph-Corona Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 10 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking10.35 Miles 1,830 AEG
Hiking10.35 Miles   4 Hrs   16 Mns   2.49 mph
1,830 ft AEG      7 Mns Break
 
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1st trip
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Got started just after 1700 and headed up Telegraph. Surprisingly, not that many hikers out on the trail. East on National to Corona. Down Corona, then west on Desert Classic. Detoured over to Helipad, which has seen some new trailwork. Denny and I had noticed a new cut a few weeks ago, and the trail connects to Desert Classic at the edge of the neighborhood, actually right behind a house currently for sale that I’ve looked at twice. The new section is nice, because it cuts off a little bit of boring mileage on DC. Great temps and breeze.
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Nov 09 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Guadalupe Ridge - AKA Midlife Crisis / ScottPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 09 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking7.60 Miles 1,589 AEG
Hiking7.60 Miles   3 Hrs   32 Mns   2.19 mph
1,589 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
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Not as many clouds as I wanted, but temps were almost cool enough for my liking. Headed up San Gabriel Ridge, then west on Guadalupe Ridge. Came down to National at the west end of the ridge. East on National, then through Hidden Valley. Stayed in the wash the entire way down. Connected back up to San Gabriel Ridge, then back down to my car.
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Nov 07 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Grandview TrailNorthwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 07 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking8.80 Miles 2,902 AEG
Hiking8.80 Miles   7 Hrs   51 Mns   1.24 mph
2,902 ft AEG      45 Mns Break
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1st trip
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Hiked Grandview down to Horseshoe Mesa with my daughter. We started around 0615 and used a light for the first half mile or so. Warmer to start than I thought it would be, and the breeze was pretty minimal. Took our time, with a few breaks as we headed out to the northwest edge of the mesa. As expected, clouds rolled in on our way back up. We kept a slow steady pace, and beat the rain by about 20 minutes. Fun day with my daughter, and she claims she is a Canyon addict.
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Nov 04 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Bursera Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 04 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking4.75 Miles 1,130 AEG
Hiking4.75 Miles   1 Hour   49 Mns   2.64 mph
1,130 ft AEG      1 Min Break
 
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Met Denny a little before 0900 and we headed up Bursera. Took Bursera all the way to the big wash, then turned around and headed back uphill. Bursera Canyon down to the unnamed trail, then that back to the trailhead. Lots of bikes out today, including one rider who skillfully flew down Bursera Canyon without killing us. Cool to start, but it warmed up quickly. As always, great to hike with Denny, and enjoyable conversation!
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Nov 03 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Hidden Valley via Pima CanyonPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 03 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking6.80 Miles 1,037 AEG
Hiking6.80 Miles   2 Hrs   36 Mns   2.68 mph
1,037 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
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Met up with Brian at the Pima Canyon trailhead and headed out on West Loop. As we headed west, there are some new sign posts for a trail called Beacon Hill. Not sure what that was all about, will have to figure out the route for this new one sometime soon. Eventually, Beacon Hill ran into Pima Wash, which was south of where I wanted to be. Anyway, we got over to Ridgeline and headed west, then up Mormon Loop. Went into Hidden Valley at Fat Mans Pass, then down National back to the road and trailhead.

Great temps, not much breeze. Nice sunset and moonrise. Lots of mountain bikers and a few hikers. I’m glad my schedule is finally getting back to normal to start doing more night hikes again.
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Nov 01 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Italian Spring Trail to Spud RockTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 01 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking21.34 Miles 5,354 AEG
Hiking21.34 Miles   11 Hrs   12 Mns   2.10 mph
5,354 ft AEG   1 Hour   2 Mns Break
 
1st trip
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Got started about 0550 this morning to surprisingly warm temps. Headed south from the AZT parking area and dropped about 350’ to the start of Italian Spring trail a couple of miles away. Once on Italian Spring Trail, it was a steady uphill for the next 7-8 miles. Nice breeze most of the way. Had lunch at the summit of Mica Mtn, then headed over to Spud Rock. Great views from atop the rocks, although there was some haze from the wind.

Generally easy hike back down, although a mostly rocky trail slowed us down at times. Took the dirt road the last two miles instead of the trail. That 350’ climb back to the finish was a little painful after hiking 20 miles.

Only saw 4 backpackers while we were geaded back downhill. No wildlife. Good to hike with Matt again.

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Spring was full of clear water.
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Oct 28 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Hidden Valley via San GabrielPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 28 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking5.28 Miles 1,240 AEG
Hiking5.28 Miles   2 Hrs   43 Mns   1.97 mph
1,240 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
 
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Up San Gabriel Ridge, including the new section at the bottom. West on Guadalupe Ridge to a short distance past Fat Mans Pass. Easy off trail to connect down to National where I headed back east to Hidden Valley. Stayed in the wash from Hidden Valley down to the old buildings, then back up to San Gabriel Ridge to finish. Great temps and clear air. Not many people out. Guadalupe Ridge is definitely my favorite trail on SoMo, and the wash ranks right up there too.
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Bursera
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Oct 26 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Goat Hill Loop via Pyramid / BurseraPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 26 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking10.55 Miles 2,179 AEG
Hiking10.55 Miles   4 Hrs   11 Mns   2.55 mph
2,179 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
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It’s been quite a while since I’ve hiked this full loop. Headed up Bursera first, then east on National. Quick stop on Goat Hill, then down Pyramid. Cool and breezy, with clouds for the first half. Very windy coming down Pyramid. Didn’t see many people, mostly on the first half of Bursera.
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Oct 24 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Chiricahua Peak from Rustler Park THTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 24 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking11.79 Miles 2,650 AEG
Hiking11.79 Miles   5 Hrs   57 Mns   2.06 mph
2,650 ft AEG      14 Mns Break
 
1st trip
Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Denny, Wally, and I got started from Rustler Park a little before 0700. Cool and breezy, and very pleasant. Headed south on Crest Trail. Right away, four hunters pointed out two deer, then tried to tell us we’d encounter tons of hunters on our hike. Besides them, we saw exactly zero. Only saw two other hikers the entire day as well.

Enjoyable hiking on Crest. Only one downed tree, and the trail is kind of sandy/loose in a few places, but not too bad. Unexpected fall color was a nice bonus. At the turn for Flys Peak, we left Crest and headed up to Flys. Views are limited, but it’s a nice broad peak, with room to sit and relax. From there, we headed down the south side of Flys to reconnect with Crest. There’s a trail part of the way, but it fades out in places. No matter, because you can see Crest below you and just aim for the sign at the bottom.

At Crest, we immediately left the trail and headed off trail up to South Flys. While not too steep, there was a lot of downed trees and vegetation to deal with. At the summit, which was nice, I declared South Flys a one and done for me. After a few minutes looking around the summit, we headed down the south side of South Flys, and that was significantly better. Easy incline, very little vegetation. I reconsidered my declaration and decided that both and and down the south side is the way to go.

After that, we continued on Crest to Chiricahua Peak, where we took a snack break. Pleasant peak, again, plenty of room to sit and relax. For the return to the trailhead, we stayed on Crest the entire way, which made for easy hiking. The last mile seemed to drag a little since it was getting warmer and we lost the breeze, but at least that portion was mostly downhill.

Enjoyable day in a range I really like. Always good to hike with Denny and nice to finally meet Wally.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Light
Mostly aspens, seemed like the oak was well past prime.

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Little bit of water in the spring box.
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Oct 22 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Shaw Butte - North Mtn LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 22 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking6.87 Miles 1,576 AEG
Hiking6.87 Miles   2 Hrs   39 Mns   2.75 mph
1,576 ft AEG      9 Mns Break
 
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1st trip
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Boring, but easy, way to get two peaks. Parked at the Visitor Center. Did North first, then over to Shaw. Warm, but not too bad.
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Oct 21 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Goat Hill via Telegraph PassPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 21 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking6.14 Miles 1,465 AEG
Hiking6.14 Miles   2 Hrs   34 Mns   2.41 mph
1,465 ft AEG      1 Min Break
 
Linked none no linked trail guides
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Cool temps and a nice breeze! Met Denny at Telegraph, which was mostly full of cars, and we headed up Telegraph Pass. West on National to Goat Hill, then retraced our steps back down. Parts of National were freshly raked—that seems like a low stress job. Busy on Telegraph on the way back down. A little warm at the finish, but not too bad. Good to catch up with Denny again!
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Autumn Foliage Observation None
One red maple leaf (silk) just above Telegraph Pass. Go figure.
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Oct 19 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Griffith-Charleston loop, NV 
Griffith-Charleston loop, NV
 
Hiking avatar Oct 19 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking18.88 Miles 5,267 AEG
Hiking18.88 Miles   10 Hrs   7 Mns   2.02 mph
5,267 ft AEG      46 Mns Break
 
1st trip
Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Parked at the Trail Canyon lot and started a few minutes before 0600. Headed back down the road to Echo trailhead and got on the trail over to South Loop. Saw a dead fox(?) alongside the road. A man was bit last week here by a rabid fox, so kind of interesting to see a dead one without any obvious injuries. There were also two horses standing in the road, staring at me.

Headed up South Loop, which I always enjoy. The trail is in good shape, and the switchbacks help the climb feel not too terrible. Saw seven bucks on the way up, they looked like they are used to people. Short break at the saddle, then over to Griffith. Short and steep, but in good shape. Once back down, I continued on South Loop over to Charleston. Despite the fire damage, I enjoy South Loop, although today’s views were limited by heavy smoke. Once over the next saddle, I veered off the official trail and stayed along the ridge. Better views, more enjoyable, and it cuts off some distance and elevation. Once at the crash site, I got back on the real trail and headed up to Charleston.

Short break up top, then down North Loop. I like the upper few miles of North Loop, through the cliffs, but after that, I always get bored with it. The trail itself is not in as good of shape as South Loop. At 1435, I chatted with three people who were still heading up to Charleston, and they were still about four miles and a lot of elevation from the summit. It had taken them all day to reach that point, and they looked tired. I suggested they consider turning around since their vehicle was parked way over at the beginning of North Loop, but they were determined to keep going. I asked if they had lamps and enough water. They said they did, but didn’t have much in the way of warm clothing. I wished them luck and kept going downhill.

The hike down Trail Canyon went by quickly, the trail is in good condition, and when I reached the parking lot, there was a police office parked a few cars over. I waved Hi, and he came over and asked if I came down Trail Canyon. After I said yes, he asked if I saw anyone, which I didn’t. I guess there was a lost hiker who was calling for help and was trying to find his way back to Trail Canyon. I gave the officer a quick description of the six hikers I saw on North Loop, but nobody fit the description of who he was looking for. As we were chatting, the lost hiker called him back and said he was on the right trail and heading down. I told the officer about the three hikers who were about to spend a very cold night somewhere on Charleston and let him know where their vehicle was parked. He thanked me for the info and said he’d make sure to let the next shift know to keep an eye on that vehicle in case it was still there tomorrow or if someone called for help.

Good hike, with warm temps for October. I’ve hiked through snow up there in mid October a few times, so today was definitely easy hiking conditions. A very smoky sky was the biggest negative.
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Charleston Peak
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Autumn Foliage Observation Isolated
Mostly past peak. Still some yellow aspens.
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Oct 16 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Lost Camp LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 16 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking5.09 Miles 1,243 AEG
Hiking5.09 Miles   2 Hrs   7 Mns   2.40 mph
1,243 ft AEG
 
Partners none no partners
Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Seems like a good 20-25% of the houses in my neighborhood are decorated for Halloween, plus one house that seems to be decorated for Valentine’s Day. I always wonder about that house when I drive past. Parking lot at the trailhead was nearly full. Warm, sunny, and even a little smoky. Took my time going up Ruins, no breeze as usual. Something about the three “Lost” trails seems to block any sort of air movement. A couple more downed saguaros since I was last on this trail. Came down Lost Ranch Mine, where the bees at the hive in the wash were active. I wasted no time getting past them. Again, a short hike, but all I had time for today. Had to finalize plans for a bathroom remodel and select the granite slabs. Hopefully some longer hikes next week if time permits and as it cools down. Saw my psycho neighbor as I was on the last half mile to the trailhead, so I hung back a little to avoid him. Saw one mountain biker who recognized me from instagram, odd because there’s not that many pictures of me on there. I sort of recognized him once he said who he was, but I would never have realized otherwise.
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Oct 14 2020
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Bursera Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 14 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking4.16 Miles 1,052 AEG
Hiking4.16 Miles   1 Hour   43 Mns   2.42 mph
1,052 ft AEG
 
Partners none no partners
Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Hot, almost no breeze. Up Bursera, down the connector to Gila. West on Gila, cut across the wash, then back up Bursera. Down Bursera Canyon, then the unnamed trail back to the trailhead. I really wish they’d post the name of that new trail, but I’m sure it’s something ridiculous. Short, but all I had time for today.
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