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Aug 09 2010
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
Wupatki Ruins National Monument TrailsFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 09 2010
Jeffshadows
Hiking1.60 Miles 775 AEG
Hiking1.60 Miles
775 ft AEG
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1st trip
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Took the kid out to check out the ruins on the way home.
Culture
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Sinagua Dwelling
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Aug 09 2010
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
O'Leary PeakFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 09 2010
Jeffshadows
Hiking4.60 Miles 900 AEG
Hiking4.60 Miles
900 ft AEG
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Did part of O'Leary to stretch the legs before the ride back to town. Gotta love that lava... :D
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Aug 07 2010
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 Old Pueblo
Rim Trail - Hermit's Rest to VillageNorthwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 07 2010
Jeffshadows
Hiking7.40 Miles 200 AEG
Hiking7.40 Miles
200 ft AEG
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Unfortunately, it was raining like mad the entire day which hosed up most of my hiking plans. We did the Rim, instead. If it weren't for the view there would be no reason other than survival to brave that flood, again...
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Aug 07 2010
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
Shoshone Point TrailNorthwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 07 2010
Jeffshadows
Hiking2.00 Miles 110 AEG
Hiking2.00 Miles
110 ft AEG
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Good family hike. Pretty muddy after the rain broke, but at least we were hiking. Amazing views from the point.
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Jul 30 2010
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
Yetman North - Stone House, AZ 
Yetman North - Stone House, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 30 2010
Jeffshadows
Hiking4.60 Miles 1,067 AEG
Hiking4.60 Miles
1,067 ft AEG
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The storms beat me to the Catalinas so I went west. ;)
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Stone Dwelling
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Jul 23 2010
Jeffshadows
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41 male
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 Old Pueblo
Pontatoc Canyon Trail #410Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 23 2010
Jeffshadows
Hiking4.40 Miles 2,300 AEG
Hiking4.40 Miles
2,300 ft AEG
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Linked none no linked trail guides
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Only made it as far as the east ridge before the storm closed in. This is absolutely my favorite time of year for the Front Range Catalina hikes - the trails are totally abandoned in the afternoon and no dogs belonging to those trail head McMansions are out to bark at you.
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Jun 14 2010
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 Old Pueblo
Rincon Mountain Traverse 1, AZ 
Rincon Mountain Traverse 1, AZ
 
Backpack avatar Jun 14 2010
Jeffshadows
Backpack26.80 Miles 6,293 AEG
Backpack26.80 Miles3 Days         
6,293 ft AEG
 
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This trip is a really great way to behold the magic the Rincons have to offer. Things got off to an exciting start. We got separated from Wendy and lost Miller at the same place that gets me every time (And got Nick and I last time.) After traveling a little way up stream, I realized my mistake and bushwhacked back until I found the trail and where I made the mistake (Again.) This time I marked the heck out of it with a super-massive cairn. I guided the other two stragglers to me by shout and we were on our way. This little waylay is probably why my total distance is longer than Wendy's. The rest of the ascent into Happy Valley was uneventful, just hotter than expected due to the detour and loss of time that morning.

It was about the same time I was enjoying the beauty of Happy Valley while wandering into the campground that I decided my old military mountaineering pack, while free, was far too big and heavy. I still have no idea how I carried that thing with a basic load of ammo and body armor in addition to standard gear all those years. I used it with great effectiveness for a few trips after getting out; but, looking four years back on my last trip that was longer than a night I decided it was too bulky and masochistic back then, as well. I'll be buying something lighter.

Happy Valley was an awesome place to camp. I've wanted to go back and overnight there ever since Nick and I steamrolled through there en route to Rincon. It seemed like a great place to spend some time; that is, until we strolled in and found a few stagnant ponds and no other likely sources of dihydrogen monoxide. I pulled a Bear Grylls and we had a working well to pump and filter from. It actually didn't taste all that bad, either. The fireside company that night was great and I was surrounded by people hanging in trees.

I awoke with the dawn and hung around camp for a couple of hours before deciding it was time to get ahead of the sun up Heartbreak. I left the fire for the others and started grinding it out. Heartbreak is a lot different than I remember it once being. The Mica Complex Fire changed it forever; there are now a lot of stone steps and it is far more exposed. Either way, the views are amazing! Rincon Peak dominates and the view from HV Lookout was unlike anything else. I got to Devil's bathtub and found it sadly dry. Oh well; it is June, after all. It was a great place to relax for a bit before the final push into Manning. The section of Devil's that connects with, and the final piece of the Manning trail into the camp by the same name is eerily reminiscent of Marshall Gulch but WAY less trashed.

Words cannot do Manning justice. Check out my lousy pics or haul up there and take it all in. I got to check out the inside of the cabin this time and actually swim in the pools out back. The view from the helipad is something else and the camp sites up there are awesome given they're back-country. I spent part of the afternoon watching the wind blow through the trees and we had another great night by the fire with some ingenious culinary creations and adult beverages. The tree hanging ensued once again and I debated sleeping under the stars with the awesome weather we had.

I got up again with the dawn and was on a mission to outrun the sun down Douglas. There isn't a trail in Saguaro West that I know better than Douglas and I knew the pain I was in for if I hit it in the afternoon. This was my first trip down the entirety of Cow Head. The views along there are primarily of TV Peak and the Catalinas and they are unparalleled. It's really a great trail, it winds through a couple of transition zones and offers lots of protection from the sun. I took a quick break at the junction with Douglas Spring trail and started to get ready for the brutal roasting that was in store; it was already getting hot.

I flew into Douglas camp and confirmed that the spring is dry (It is) since it seems to be a continual source of controversy. The next stop was going to be the junction with the falls. I've hiked this trail so many times that I didn't really care to take anything in, I just wanted to get the rest of that 6,000+' descent over with and get away from the relentless sun. By this point the knee brace my PT shackled me with was causing serious discomfort, but undoubtedly preventing another injury. NPS has rerouted the Douglas trail and it's a much better hike through that section than it was. They have also added a new trail to Ernie's Falls, an old social trail that the equestrians just couldn't leave alone. I'll have to come back and check it out.

I ambled into the parking lot with the sports-bottle crowd looking at me like Sasquatch and my pack feeling heavier than ever. The Manning water I had on-board was still cold and delicious and my knee was still intact so I was riding high. If you've actually read all of this then you might be wondering if there is a Rincon Mountain Traverse #2? Fear not, I already have it and #3 planned! :sweat:
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Jun 04 2010
Jeffshadows
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41 male
 Joined Jan 30 2008
 Old Pueblo
Tumamoc HillTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Jun 04 2010
Jeffshadows
Run/Jog3.10 Miles 730 AEG
Run/Jog3.10 Miles      23 Mns   8.09 mph
730 ft AEG
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The cast of characters up there this morning was second only to that which usually graces the UA Rec Center; but, what the hey? Makes for an entertaining morning! Need to bring a heavier pack next time...
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May 15 2010
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Sycamore Reservoir Trail #39Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Backpack avatar May 15 2010
Jeffshadows
Backpack8.67 Miles 2,134 AEG
Backpack8.67 Miles2 Days         
2,134 ft AEG
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My original plans for a backpacking trip were thwarted by a nasty LEO Ranger at Saguaro East who refused to give me an overnight permit because I had not been there to request it before noon. Apparently, the NPS treats everyone who asks for a camp permit as though they are about as able to make a campground within two or three hours as a 70 year-old lady would be.

Undeterred, I went to a place I knew I'd get some solace, and I found it. This trail is generally too exposed and warm for most casual strollers or backpackers this time of year. The trail has seen recent work by AZT volunteers and the weather could not have been nicer (IMHO.) I had the area around the reservoir to myself for the night, save for a bear that growled around for a few minutes until I started beating on a log to let him (or her) know that I was up for a tussle if so desired. I never saw the bear but wish I could have snapped a pic or two.

There was no usable water back in there, for all practical purposes, so I'm glad I hauled a lot of it in. The weather on the way out was excellent but I would have enjoyed a touch more wind. I too a few side trips to see if an old mine I had been told about was still there..it was. All-in-all, it was a great way to wash away the rotten semester of school and burdensome month at work I just survived. :sweat:

As a side note: I had another unfortunate dog encounter. This was the closest I've come in many years to shooting a dog. I was kneeling down in the sand near Hirabayshi on my way out trying to get a shot of a neat cactus (For Preston, of course! :D ) It was serene and quiet until all of that was shattered in an instant by a dog that came charging at me out of nowhere, barking as it came. My first instinct was to draw and fire since my pack made it hard for me to get to my feet quickly; I saw it had a leash dangling behind it so I winged a rock, got to my feet, and hollered for the owner to show him or herself immediately before I "Put a bullet in your dog's a**." He arrived and took the leash. I told him the damn thing charged me and nearly made me jump out of my skin and he laughed and said: "Oh yea?" and went on his way. He's lucky I was tired and we were so close to witnesses, that's all I'm going to say. Please keep your dogs to yourselves, people. :?
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Apr 16 2010
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
A little climbing on Lemmon, AZ 
A little climbing on Lemmon, AZ
 
Climbing avatar Apr 16 2010
Jeffshadows
Climbing
Climbing
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No time for a hike so I did a few short routes after work, instead...

Warmed up on the E route (5.7) then did NW route on Hitchcock Pinnacle ~40' 5.8. Classic. Never get tired of that view. Some of the bolts have disappeared since I was last on it, though...

On the way down I played around at Hairpin boulders. Mostly V1-3 stuff since I was spotter-less. I briefly considered hiking up Hairpin and never coming back... :D
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Mar 17 2010
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
Prominent Point - Catalinas, AZ 
Prominent Point - Catalinas, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 17 2010
Jeffshadows
Hiking7.42 Miles 4,108 AEG
Hiking7.42 Miles
4,108 ft AEG
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This ended up being a pretty savage journey. After getting off-track twice I finally found the "route" the Cowgill book references. Essentially, after parking at the PC Parks & Rec trailhead at the very north end of Campbell and suffering the indignity of walking through a narrow path between two chain-link fences protecting the McMansions that surround the trail you drop into a wash. This is "Sunset Canyon." Back on the fence thing - it reminded me of a detention center at Baghdad International Airport. I almost had flashbacks!! (Kidding...) Seriously, though?! We must keep those filthy hikers off our property! Never mind the fact that we were the ones who bought houses right next to a trail head in the foothills!! What do you want to bet that our tax dollars paid for those fences? Okay, back to the hike...

BTW - This might be the only hike in Tucson where you cross over a number of manholes in the middle of the trail! :scared:

Following the wash to the east you need to be on the lookout for an old radio tower that differentiates the canyon you want from the other dozen or so incorrect canyons. In fact, this point is critical because the guy who owns the house sprouting off the rock that you are heading towards is known to call the cops on hikers who accidentally wander onto his land. It's a shame, too. The Campbell cliffs back over his way *used* to be great climbing and a Friday-night hangout for the Tucson climbing scene.

In the course of the canyon shooting up the west side of Prominent Point, the route that climbs its way up is not much more than a game trail marked here and there by a pitiful cairn or two. The unnamed radio tower canyon spits you out below Rosewood Point and you traverse your way northwest around shindaggers into Rosewood Saddle. From the saddle it is an easy walk up the west ridge of Prominent Point until you reach a saddle separating Rosewood and Prominent points.

Crossing the second saddle was Class IV in a section or two. You have to climb north, then east, then north in a zig-zag to avoid sheer sections of granite until you ascend onto more sloping, grassy ground. Continuing east takes you to another easier, open ridge line covered with cactus and the route to Prominent Point (Which is masked) is easy to discern. Wandering along the ridge for about a half-mile you encounter the Thumb on your right and the west summit of Prominent Point opens beneath your feet about 200 meters later. This is where I realized I had forgotten the SD card for my camera!! ](*,) The view is amazing and would have been better described in pictures. There's a great view of Kimball, too. Very windy that morning, though...

This is where things got fun. Technically, the west "Summit" is no summit at all, the eastern summit is the high point. Looking down I could see an obvious Class V (Maybe 5.6-5.7) line up between the two points ascending the east summit. It was windy and I was alone and tired...wasn't happening. I wandered down a ways and found what looked like a Class IV scramble up but was sick of wading through the brush and decided to have chow and turn around. This is why I didn't write it up as a description - I didn't "technically" complete it. Now that I have a GPS track I'll drag Nick back up there to spot me and we'll get some good cloud shots!! :DANCE:
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Feb 19 2010
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
Pima Canyon Trail #62Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 19 2010
Jeffshadows
Hiking5.20 Miles 900 AEG
Hiking5.20 Miles
900 ft AEG
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Finally. Went and visited the 1st dam. Probably fifty people on the trail but the crowd thinned after the first cottonwood grove. Three separate groups with illegal dogs on the trail, they all got an earful. LOTS of water on the trail and at the dam. Looks like it is building to be a good wildflower year back in there!

This is a special day. I walked out without any major pain in my right leg. A huge, heartfelt thank you goes out to Tim and the crew at UMC Physical Therapy!! :sweat:
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Dec 30 2009
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
Pontatoc Ridge Trail #411Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 30 2009
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Hiking1.60 Miles 1,000 AEG
Hiking1.60 Miles
1,000 ft AEG
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At last, I found trail beneath my feet once again. My speed was most likely surpassed by all manners of senior citizens and lowly crawling insects today, but I couldn't care less; I was finally in my boots again. There is nothing worse that holding oneself back when one's legs will to push on higher, harder, and faster. Luckily, sanity ruled the day and I turned around at the junction. It was agonizing, but not painful...which was the point. Hopefully I can say the same thing tomorrow... ;)
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Sep 06 2009
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Bug Springs TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 06 2009
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Hiking6.00 Miles 1,969 AEG
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Nice day to be in the Catalinas....
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Aug 14 2009
Jeffshadows
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Ventana Trail #98Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 14 2009
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Hiking4.80 Miles 1,600 AEG
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1,600 ft AEG
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Wandered in to Maiden Pools after work. The pools are dry and the canyon looks like it hasn't seen any real flow in months. They were locking the resort down for some event and almost didn't let me in to the trail head until I threatened to raise holy heck with PC Parks and Rec and the County Supervisors. If only there was just a little rain...
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Jul 31 2009
Jeffshadows
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 Old Pueblo
Pontatoc Canyon Trail #410Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 31 2009
Jeffshadows
Hiking8.00 Miles 3,020 AEG
Hiking8.00 Miles
3,020 ft AEG
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After rehabbing my fourth major hiking/climbing injury I was glad to be back out on the trail, in the heat, and loving life. Nothing washes off the work week like the Front Range on a Friday afternoon. :sweat:

CAVEAT EMPTOR: If you just moved here from Oregon or something don't go hiking in 108F heat until you're acclimatized or, at least, don't sue me or HAZ because you read about someone doing it. :D
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Jun 26 2009
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Starr Pass Trail, AZ 
Starr Pass Trail, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jun 26 2009
Jeffshadows
Hiking3.90 Miles 912 AEG
Hiking3.90 Miles
912 ft AEG
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Another rehab hike...low elevation gain or loss, but nice to be out. Had the canyon to myself for the first part of the afternoon but was soon accosted by two mountain bike-types who obviously never got the memo on who yields the trail to whom. At least they weren't on ATVs. The bikers have turned that whole area into a complete cluster so there was no hope of following the tracks for the trails on the Green Trails Saguaro map. I'll have to go back with a GPS and try to find the stone ruins near the end of 36th st.
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May 22 2009
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Mount Hopkins from Madera CanyonTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar May 22 2009
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Hiking6.40 Miles 3,145 AEG
Hiking6.40 Miles
3,145 ft AEG
 
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Betty Leavengood's Tucson Hiking Guide hints of a route that leaves Agua Caliente Saddle and arrives at the road just below Mt. Hopkins. She also calls it a "Rough bushwhack" but more on that later. This was one of those hikes that gives you a lot of alone time. Few people ever hike the Vault Mine Trail and no one was out on the Hopkins route. When I did arrive at Hopkins, the feeling of happiness was dashed by the udder feeling of being completely alone. My two good hiking companions were not there to share the view with me so it was an empty ascent, in some ways. Recover soon, guys; it just isn't the same without the two of you there to share it! ;)

Here's a short description of the route. It is very much there and requires only minor bushwhacking in two places. It's 1.3mi from the Saddle to Hopkins and it gains 1190' in that distance without really switchbacking once. From Agua Caliente Saddle, look 110DEG southeast and you should see what looks like a game trail climbing up the south ridge. I marked the start with a large cairn, as well. It starts climbing immediately and never stops until you reach the road to the observatory; in fact, if it seems like the route has leveled off, look around because you have probably lost its path. After about 3/10ths of a mile you should encounter a backcountry campsite. Keep going.

The route continues climbing through the pines, keep looking for a small shelf or depression in the pine needles. Cairns mark many of the tricky spots. Some good ones were there, I added a few more and repaired others. After about a mile you come to a few downed logs and need to crouch below a few low tree boughs. A clearing in the pine is encountered, it is critical that you go left here. The route will wind over a small hilltop and require you to step through a some scrub before veering left again to avoid a rock outcropping. Stay left and follow the route as it climbs beside a drainage. Soon you will see a paved pull-out and the road to the actual summit which is where the MMT is situated about 500m away. Respect the rights of the property owners. It's a little abbreviated, I know. I'll post a GPS route for those interested, as well. :)
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Apr 24 2009
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Sycamore Reservoir Trail #39Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 24 2009
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Hiking3.25 Miles 821 AEG
Hiking3.25 Miles
821 ft AEG
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Still rehabilitating the leg and had family in town so we went somewhere that was very close, very easy, and very scenic... :D
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Apr 17 2009
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Yetman TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 17 2009
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Hiking4.50 Miles 508 AEG
Hiking4.50 Miles
508 ft AEG
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Spent a nice morning out messing around on Yetman and testing out the leg. This is a nice little hidden gem of a trail.
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