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Apr 11 2021
LindaAnn
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 Guides 47
 Routes 387
 Photos 3,989
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Hunter PeakBig Bend, TX
Big Bend, TX
Hiking avatar Apr 11 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking9.37 Miles 2,792 AEG
Hiking9.37 Miles   5 Hrs   7 Mns   1.98 mph
2,792 ft AEG      23 Mns Break
 
1st trip
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Got started a little earlier than the previous day, which was good since it was warmer. Parked in the overflow lot again, but I think there were still a few open spots at the trailhead. From the trailhead, we headed north on Tejas Trail and across the dry wash (I think it might be the Delaware River). From there, we turned left and continued up Tejas. I really liked this trail--probably my favorite one of the weekend. It had a nice steady uphill, and the views were great. Plus, it was shaded all the way to the top since we started early. The lower parts were desert, but it transitioned to pine on the way up. I was actually sad to turn off Tejas at the top. From there, we headed east on Bowl trail, again in the pines. Views to the south were expansive, and we could see the "Bowl" area to the north.

We took the short side trail over to Hunter Peak. Breezy up top, but great views. After a quick break, we headed back down to Bowl and continued east. At the junction with Bear Canyon, we headed down that. Very steep and rocky descent. The top of Bear Canyon was so-so, but the middle section was neat. The walls of the canyon narrowed with the trail winding around large boulders. Definitely the best part of Bear Canyon. After that, the canyon widened and we continued downhill, where it was getting warm.

Turned right onto Frijole Trail and took that back south and west to where Tejas crossed the wash and took Tejas back to the trailhead. Great loop, especially the western half of it. Only saw four backpackers near the campground at the Tejas/Bowl junction and four hikers on the lower section of Bear Canyon, otherwise had the trail to ourselves.
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Apr 11 2021
LindaAnn
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 Guides 47
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 Photos 3,989
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Salt Basin Dunes - Guadalupe Mtns NPBig Bend, TX
Big Bend, TX
Hiking avatar Apr 11 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking2.98 Miles 85 AEG
Hiking2.98 Miles   1 Hour   13 Mns   2.55 mph
85 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
1st trip
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Quick stop at the dunes before leaving the park area. It was warm, so I wasn’t wanting to stick around too long. At the end of the trail, we headed up into the dunes and wandered around a little bit before heading back. My guess is early morning or late afternoon would be the best time for pictures. Nice to walk around a little, especially since nobody else was out there.
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Apr 10 2021
LindaAnn
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 Photos 3,989
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Guadalupe Peak and Devils Hall, TX 
Guadalupe Peak and Devils Hall, TX
 
Hiking avatar Apr 10 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking12.86 Miles 3,728 AEG
Hiking12.86 Miles   6 Hrs   32 Mns   2.11 mph
3,728 ft AEG      26 Mns Break
 
1st trip
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Parked at the overflow lot and walked the extra 0.40 miles over to the trailhead. Started fairly early, but there were already a lot of people on the trail, we passed at least thirty other hikers on the way up. Cool, but not too breezy. The sections through the cliffs were neat. Short break at the top, then headed back down. The top half mile or so is kind of slick in places from thousands of shoes polishing the limestone smooth over the years. Once past that, it was simply a matter of dodging dozens of hikers who were still heading uphill. Saw a surprising number of kids on the trail, which makes me think maybe my kids should try this one next year.

Once below the cliffs, we accidentally blew past the stock trail that makes for a shortcut over to Devil's Hall, so we ended up doing that trail in it's entirely both directions. Oh well. The first mile of Devil's Hall is dull, but the second half more than makes up for it. We enjoyed the boulder hop, staircase, and the hall itself. Far less people on that trail.
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Apr 06 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Hidden Valley via San GabrielPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 06 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking5.58 Miles 1,242 AEG
Hiking5.58 Miles   2 Hrs   37 Mns   2.25 mph
1,242 ft AEG      8 Mns Break
 
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Up San Gabriel Ridge, which is not my favorite in terms of footing. Down past the CCC buildings, passing a few chuckwallas sunning themselves on the rocks. Up Mormon Loop, crossing paths with a Gila monster. Over to Hidden Valley and down that, where two little kids wanted to hike with us rather than their family. Once we pried them away, we stayed in the wash since up to that point, there’d been no solitude on the hike. The wash is my favorite part of the hike, so we took our time through there. Some nice lavender blooming in the wash. Once back at the buildings, we headed back up to San Gabriel Ridge and back down that to the car. Warm, but a pleasant breeze most of the time.
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Apr 05 2021
LindaAnn
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 Photos 3,989
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Telegraph to Dobbins Lookout, AZ 
Telegraph to Dobbins Lookout, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Apr 05 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking8.87 Miles 1,824 AEG
Hiking8.87 Miles   4 Hrs   7 Mns   2.28 mph
1,824 ft AEG      14 Mns Break
 
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Started up Telegraph shortly after 0730. The clouds early on were a welcome surprise. At the top of Telegraph, we headed east on National. This section of National is quite pleasant, with few other hikers. North on Holbert, then up to Dobbins Lookout. Took a break at Dobbins, then retraced our steps back, with one detour to the old Holbert Lookout. The clouds were long gone by then, and it was warm, with very little breeze. Good hike, with the only steep parts being on Telegraph. Not many people out at all today. Lots of lizards and squirrels, but not much else in the way of wildlife.
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Apr 01 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Pima Canyon Loop - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 01 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking6.06 Miles 633 AEG
Hiking6.06 Miles   2 Hrs   14 Mns   2.78 mph
633 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
1st trip
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Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Wanted to add the guide for the supposedly new Pima Canyon Loop. Made the mistake of looking at the map of planned trails published by the park assuming they'd follow their own planned route. Ha! Whichever city employee put that map together is a waste of taxpayer money. Started on Desert Classic then north on Beverly Canyon, following what was supposed to be the route. But of course it wasn’t the route—they’d lopped off the southern part of the loop. By the time I got to the dirt road/Pima Wash junction, I decided to head back to the trailhead and start the loop the opposite direction, since I knew there were trail signs on that end.

From the trailhead, I headed east on what used to be East loop. Followed that all the way around the perimeter of the park north and west over to Beverly Canyon, following the Pima Canyon Loop signs the entire way. Took Beverly Canyon south to the road, where the signs end again, then the road back to the trailhead. Not an exciting loop, and a fair amount of traffic noise, but an easy loop. Probably something that would mostly appeal to trail runners, tourists, kids, or anyone looking for an easy stroll. Warm this morning, but a nice breeze at times.
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Mar 30 2021
LindaAnn
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 Guides 47
 Routes 387
 Photos 3,989
 Triplogs 1,285

40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Corona LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 30 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking6.56 Miles 1,435 AEG
Hiking6.56 Miles   2 Hrs   38 Mns   2.52 mph
1,435 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
 
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Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Quick hike with some friends now that the kids are back in school. Up Corona east, down Corona. Hot, almost no breeze. Very few people out.

FYI: Sidewinder Trail, which is the small hills on the south side of the Warpaint access trail is no longer accessible to the public. It has always been private land, not part of the park, but the owner has recently added plenty of No Trespassing signs trying to keep people off the property.
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Mar 28 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Rincon PeakTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 28 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking15.02 Miles 4,444 AEG
Hiking15.02 Miles   9 Hrs   28 Mns   1.67 mph
4,444 ft AEG      29 Mns Break
 
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Got started from the Miller Creek trailhead around 0745. Nice and cool while heading up Miller Creek, and very windy up on the ridge. Pleasant hiking over towards Rincon. The pace slowed as the trail got steeper. About a mile from the summit, the trail became snow covered. We negotiated our way through the snow, including a few tricky spots. The snow disappeared on the final short push to the summit, but the wind replaced it—probably about 35-40 mph.

We only stayed at the summit for a few moments before heading back down. Once at the snow again, I decided to skip the inevitable fall, and chose to slide down on my butt. Amazingly, my pants survived 3/4 mile of a snowy butt scoot. Once past that, it was a relief to be back on a clear trail. Coming down Miller Creek is on the boring side, and constantly stepping down over the big rocks is somewhat tedious and hard on the knees. Glad to get this hike done again though.
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Mar 26 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
West Boulder-Cave Trail loop, AZ 
West Boulder-Cave Trail loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 26 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking8.23 Miles 2,261 AEG
Hiking8.23 Miles   5 Hrs   47 Mns   1.58 mph
2,261 ft AEG      35 Mns Break
 
1st trip
Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Parked at Peralta, but headed over to Lost Goldmine trail to start the loop. After turning onto Carney, we made a side trip over to Shaka Cave. Very easy trail to follow, and a cute little cave. From there, it was the steep climb up to West Boulder Saddle. At least the clouds hung around for the uphill climb and there was a nice breeze.

Headed across Dacite Mesa, skipping Robber’s Roost. From there, we headed down to Fremont Saddle. Much easier to follow that route when it’s not buried underneath snow like it was two months ago. From Fremont Saddle, we headed down Cave Trail. Once on Bluff Springs Trail, we took Don’s Trail over to Dutchman, and finished up on Dutchman.

Some light sprinkles for the last mile or so, but great weather today. Great loop, but it felt like more than eight miles. Only saw a handful of people today, but the parking lot was full when we finished, although not nearly as bad as the Wave Cave nightmare I drove past on my way out.
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Mar 24 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Bursera Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 24 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking6.54 Miles 1,624 AEG
Hiking6.54 Miles   2 Hrs   37 Mns   2.52 mph
1,624 ft AEG      1 Min Break
 
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Met Denny at 0730 and we did an out and back on Bursera. Always a good workout since you have to go uphill both directions. The trail surface in a few places tends to be more slippery than expected—the sections they’ve “paved” with rocks tend to try to kill me. Not many people on the trail after the first half mile or so. Felt a little humid on the climb approaching National, but nice temps most of the rest of the time. More downed saguaros. As always, a good hike and conversation!
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Mar 23 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Young Man Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 23 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking6.26 Miles 1,301 AEG
Hiking6.26 Miles   3 Hrs   11 Mns   2.01 mph
1,301 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Parked at San Gabriel. Took Desert Classc west, then up Young Man. West on Guadalupe Ridge almost all the way to the west end, then down to National on a good use trail. East on National, through Hidden Valley, and down the wash. Already need to cut back some vegetation in the wash again—next time. Back up at the stone building, then down San Gabriel Ridge. The clouds that moved in were nice, and a pleasant breeze most of the way.
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Mar 22 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Superstition Peak 5057 - Balanced Rock LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 22 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking7.19 Miles 2,983 AEG
Hiking7.19 Miles   7 Hrs   40 Mns   1.18 mph
2,983 ft AEG   1 Hour   33 Mns Break
 
1st trip
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Met Van at the Hiero trailhead at 0900 and got started. Plenty of people on the trail until we turned off and headed up to Balanced Rock. The route up was pretty well cairned, but we managed to get slightly off course in a few places. Easy to get back on track though. After Balanced Rock, the route was easier to follow, but just going up and up and up. Several scrambles, including one that was almost at my limit of how far I could reach and still have my feet on some sort of solid surface. I survived with minimal cursing or complaining.

There were several other people atop 5057 so we chatted with them while taking a snack break. After that, we headed down the east side of 5057 and headed north/west on the Ridgeline to the top of Hieroglyphics Canyon. Steep descent, but much easier than the ascent. Managed to get slightly off course once, but then the route was easy to follow after that. Great weather today, generally not too warm, and a surprisingly cool breeze. Good to see Van again, hopefully it’s not another five years until our next hike.
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A few flowers here and there, but pretty minimal.
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Mar 19 2021
LindaAnn
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 Photos 3,989
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Lost Camp LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 19 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking5.36 Miles 1,317 AEG
Hiking5.36 Miles   2 Hrs   31 Mns   2.22 mph
1,317 ft AEG      6 Mns Break
 
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Up Ruins, down Lost Mine. Nice breeze at the top. Quite a few people out today, I actually saw four other hikers on Lost Mine.
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Mar 18 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Picketpost Mountain SummitGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 18 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking5.37 Miles 2,249 AEG
Hiking5.37 Miles   4 Hrs   45 Mns   1.29 mph
2,249 ft AEG      35 Mns Break
 
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Got started a little after 0815. Nice and cool on the way up, and shaded, of course. Lots of red arrows, plus some white ones too, so there’s almost no chance of accidentally getting off course. Enjoyed the views from the summit, then wandered around the top before taking a snack break at the north end. Uneventful hike back down, although it was getting pretty warm by the end. I can never decide if bringing a pole on this one is worth it or not—it’s helpful to me in places, but kind of a hassle a lot of the time. Despite the parking lot being fairly full, I think we saw only six other hikers. Always a fun hike!
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Mar 17 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Black Top MesaPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 17 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking13.77 Miles 2,792 AEG
Hiking13.77 Miles   7 Hrs   7 Mns   1.98 mph
2,792 ft AEG      10 Mns Break
 
Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
Got started around 0830 and headed out on Second Water trail since I couldn’t face Dutchman trail both ways—it’s just too boring for me. South on Black Mesa Trail, which has always been rocky, but seemed even more so today. Once at Dutchman, we headed up Bull Pass, then up to Black Top Mesa. Quick break, then back down. Once back on Dutchman, we headed over to Aylors Arch. The wash was marked with pink flags, then easy to follow cairns from the wash up to the top of Palomino Mtn. Made our way over to view the arch, then headed back down, stopping at the mines along the way. Helpful to have a pole considering how steep it is, but recent rain softened the ground a little too, which helped with traction. Finished up the last four or so miles on Dutchman, ugh, but at least it went by quickly. Dropped my phone, shattering the glass screen protector, but no damage to the actual phone. Managed to get glass stuck in my finger though; took a few minutes to dig that out. Warm by the time we finished, and hardly any breeze today. Overall, not a huge amount of fire damage along this route. Saw three cardinals, but not much else.
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Wildflowers Observation Isolated
Some Indian paintbrush along Dutchman and on Palomino. Not much else.

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Some pools of filterable water
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Mar 15 2021
LindaAnn
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 Guides 47
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 Photos 3,989
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Pyramid-Natl-Lost Mine lp, AZ 
Pyramid-Natl-Lost Mine lp, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 15 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking7.31 Miles 1,630 AEG
Hiking7.31 Miles   2 Hrs   49 Mns   2.61 mph
1,630 ft AEG      1 Min Break
 
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Same loop as last week. Started at 0530. Cool, cloudy, and breezy—felt perfect. Despite starting a little later, there weren’t many people out until the last half mile. Lots of coyotes howling while on Pyramid and National.
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Mar 12 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Hidden Valley via San GabrielPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 12 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking5.07 Miles 1,230 AEG
Hiking5.07 Miles   3 Hrs   50 Mns   1.53 mph
1,230 ft AEG      31 Mns Break
 
Route Scout GPS Route Recorded on Route Scout View
I let the kids pick the hike today, and this is one of their favorites. Headed up San Gabriel, which was a little warm in the sun. Some whining ensued, but I didn’t have to threaten anyone. West on Guadalupe Ridge, which was slow at times with the kids crawling all over the boulders and trying to share their snacks with squirrels. Dropped down off the ridge just on the west side of Fat Mans Pass. Luckily it was cloudy again by then, and much cooler. Through Hidden Valley and down the wash. Light rain at that point, but the rocks weren’t slick yet. Kids were still having fun climbing around. Heavier rain and cold wind on the way back down San Gabriel; we went as fast as we could without slipping on the rocks. Despite the cold, the kids still wanted shaved ice afterwards. Those Salewas, despite being at least halfway through their tread life, do a pretty good job of gripping wet surfaces, better than my Salomons.
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Mar 10 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Telegraph-Kiwanis, AZ 
Telegraph-Kiwanis, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 10 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking6.32 Miles 1,354 AEG
Hiking6.32 Miles   4 Hrs   6 Mns   1.68 mph
1,354 ft AEG      20 Mns Break
 
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Spring break hike with the kids. Didn’t get started until around 0930 or so. Up Telegraph, which was full of screaming children—not mine. Went up National a short distance to the Eagle Nest building, then back down, and down Kiwanis. Kids played around on the rocks for a while and had a snack before we headed back up Kiwanis. Felt warm on the way up, but there was a nice breeze. The crowds had thinned on the way back down Telegraph, and we saw two chuckwallas on the rocks.
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Mar 09 2021
LindaAnn
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Pyramid-Natl-Lost Mine lp, AZ 
Pyramid-Natl-Lost Mine lp, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 09 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking7.32 Miles 1,636 AEG
Hiking7.32 Miles   2 Hrs   53 Mns   2.58 mph
1,636 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
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Pretty much the same as yesterday. Up Pyramid, west on National, down Lost Mine. Some light sprinkles for a couple of miles, and a little cooler. More people on Pyramid than yesterday, nobody else after the first couple of miles.
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Mar 08 2021
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40 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Pyramid-Natl-Lost Mine lp, AZ 
Pyramid-Natl-Lost Mine lp, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 08 2021
LindaAnn
Hiking7.33 Miles 1,622 AEG
Hiking7.33 Miles   2 Hrs   59 Mns   2.50 mph
1,622 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
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Started around 0515. Up Pyramid, west on National, down Lost Mine. Nice clouds. Breezy on the higher sections. Heard a lot of coyotes, one owl, and nine gunshots. Very few people out on this loop, going this direction, this early in the morning. A few more fallen saguaros, even since just last Friday.
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