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47 triplogs
Nov 20 2021
bakerag
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 8, AZ 
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 8, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 20 2021
bakerag
Hiking7.16 Miles 214 AEG
Hiking7.16 Miles   2 Hrs   29 Mns   2.92 mph
214 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
 
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We put this segment off for a long time because we didn't think it would be much fun. It was better than expected, a small part of it isn't event mapped as the circle trail, it's a gap in the trail where you walk along the road and cross a traffic circle. The big surprise was that not only did people notice us waiting to cross, they stopped for us! It was perfect weather and the trails weren't too busy, the fall colors are great along willow and watson lakes.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Moderate
Still a good amount of yellows out there, but I think it's trending towards bare pretty soon.
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Nov 11 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 7, AZ 
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 7, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 11 2021
bakerag
Hiking6.92 Miles 888 AEG
Hiking6.92 Miles   3 Hrs   7 Mns   2.26 mph
888 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
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Finally got back out on the circle trail. It was a perfect day, a little chilly in the shade, a little warm in the sun. We only saw a few trees changing colors, most had either shed their leaves already. We saw very few people on the trail, maybe 4 hikers and 6 bikes. Hopefully we can finish this before the end of the year.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Isolated
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May 08 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 6, AZ 
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 6, AZ
 
Hiking avatar May 08 2021
bakerag
Hiking4.51 Miles 419 AEG
Hiking4.51 Miles   1 Hour   45 Mns   2.58 mph
419 ft AEG
 
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Continuing our lengthy circle trail saga. We are running out of these short segments, we'll have to bite the bullet and get out the door before 11 am a few times to complete this. This segment is mostly dirt road, but the views are nice and there's some shade. There was a mountain bike race there, so on the singletrack portions we had to get out of the way quite a bit, but we enjoyed cheering them on. If there hadn't been signs warning us about it, we probably would have been annoyed. As a bonus I got to see where I faceplanted the night before on a run!
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Apr 25 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 5, AZ 
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 5, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Apr 25 2021
bakerag
Hiking4.82 Miles 233 AEG
Hiking4.82 Miles   1 Hour   35 Mns   3.04 mph
233 ft AEG
 
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Still working on the Circle Trail with Stephanie. We ended up with a bit of a time crunch, so we did a shorter one today, with a good amount of road walking. Started from the Katahn parking area near Granite Mtn, we walked on neighborhood roads to Williamson Valley Rd. then walked along that to Pioneer Parkway. The road looks like a highway, but traffic was light enough to make crossing easy and safe. There's some informal parking at the start of the Longview Trail and the usual Prescott Circle Trail sign posts in the ground. This trail was nicer than I expected, we only saw two runners while we were on the trail, and the views are nice. I didn't take any pictures, but it was still nice. Following the trail to the parking lot took us under Pioneer Parkway twice the tunnels were tall and clean with lights, that I assume would have come on if it was dark out.
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Mar 27 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 4, AZ 
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 4, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 27 2021
bakerag
Hiking7.10 Miles 765 AEG
Hiking7.10 Miles   2 Hrs   41 Mns   2.65 mph
765 ft AEG2 LBS Pack
 
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With recent snow and rain, I was surprised to find Badger Mountain Trail pretty dry, there was some mud, but it wasn't soft or slippery. This hike was full of minor surprises, we hardly saw anybody on the trail even though it was a perfect day, around 60 degrees and almost no wind, and it was a beautiful hike! This was part of the circle trail I wasn't looking forward to because I had a baseless opinion that this was a boring trail. It definitely isn't at the top of my list, but it offered terrific views, nice terrain, without being boring. Because of the threat of mud we did an out and back instead of our usual shuttle plan, unfortunately, I think this left Stephanie missing a one mile section of the Ranch Trail #62 undone. The Ranch Trail is one of my favorites, so I don't mind doing that over again. This project is going a little slow, hopefully with Spring and Summer fast approaching, we'll crank through it a little faster.
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Mar 20 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Granite Mountain - Rock Springs Lollipop, AZ 
Granite Mountain - Rock Springs Lollipop, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Mar 20 2021
bakerag
Run/Jog7.70 Miles 889 AEG
Run/Jog7.70 Miles   2 Hrs   15 Mns   3.42 mph
889 ft AEG2 LBS Pack
 
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Was looking for a 7 mile trail run today and measured this out, poorly as usual, but I knew that going in. Could not have asked for a nicer day, steady breeze, partly cloudy, 65 degrees. The trail was pretty empty, I only saw a few people on #261, which is usually pretty busy. I don't think I saw anyone on the loop portion. Trail #39 is very overgrown, but clearly gets some use, there is no trouble keeping the trail, but keeping blood off you legs will be hard (unless you wear those leg cover things, I think they call them pants). #39 really isn't much fun, most of it is really narrow single track, fairly steep decline the way I went. #37 and #38 are good fun though. Probably going the other direction would have been more interesting. The views are really amazing. I think next time I go through the gate at blair pass, I'll take the long way on #37 to go around little granite mountain, maybe find my way to the summit. I know there is at least one track on HAZ that gets you there.
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Granite Mountain
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Mar 06 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Wolf creek falls and Hassayampa River, AZ 
Wolf creek falls and Hassayampa River, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 06 2021
bakerag
Hiking3.44 Miles 728 AEG
Hiking3.44 Miles   2 Hrs   10 Mns   1.78 mph
728 ft AEG      14 Mns Break2 LBS Pack
 
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Nice walk, wish we had brought lunch. The road in is quite rough, but just about any car can handle with some patience. The trails were free of mud, the falls and river were flowing, more than a trickle but less than some descriptions I have read. There's a well worn trail from the falls to the river and beyond, but I didn't see it on any maps. That section was my favorite of the day. There were a lot of people around, not enough to call it crowded. Usually we take some lunch and never find a good place to sit. This trail had plenty of places to sit in the shade.
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Graffiti
Named place
Named place
Wolf Creek
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Jan 16 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Ranch Trail #62Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 16 2021
bakerag
Hiking7.66 Miles 757 AEG
Hiking7.66 Miles   1 Hour   39 Mns   4.64 mph
757 ft AEG2 LBS Pack
 
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I had done about half the ranch trail previously from the other end and thought I'd see how the other side is. I went out planning to do about 5 miles, but I felt good, the trail was nice and the weather nicer, so I pressed on until I met the junction for the Circle trail. There is a very clear and easy to read sign at that point, but I was able to confuse myself into thinking that I had actually been going downhill that whole time anyway. So, I turned around expecting to be really going uphill now. Good news, it was a really nice downhill nearly the whole way. The only downside is that this does seem to be a pretty popular mountain bike trail, I saw maybe 10, so be careful on the blind turns. There was still a little snow out there, but none on the trail anymore... probably next week there will be 🤞
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Jan 10 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Tin Trough Springs Trail #308Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 10 2021
bakerag
Hiking5.07 Miles 346 AEG
Hiking5.07 Miles   1 Hour   10 Mns   4.35 mph
346 ft AEG2 LBS Pack
 
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First time to the Williamson Valley TH, I was surprised how busy it was. It's nice to get a different view of Granite Mountain. I didn't look into this trail at all before I went, it started out extremely busy but they seemed to be heading a different direction. There was immediately a creek crossing, which was a bit of a surprise, it was no issue staying dry. This trail will take you right along the boundary of the Granite Mountain Wilderness, which I hope to take on all in one go some day. Today I just wanted to get a few miles in and see some new ground though. This ended up being a really nice trail, with good terrain, interesting rock outcroppings and views of Granite mountain. There's no trouble following the trail, though there are a few places you can take a wrong turn and it looks like you'll just end up at somebody's house, obviously take the other route.
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Jan 02 2021
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 3, AZ 
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 3, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jan 02 2021
bakerag
Hiking4.70 Miles 815 AEG
Hiking4.70 Miles   2 Hrs   2 Mns   2.52 mph
815 ft AEG      10 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
 
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Finally got out for our third Prescott Circle Trail segment, the Goldwater Lake Trail #396. We parked one car at the Watershed Trailhead, then drove to the White Spar Campground parking lot. It's a well maintained trail, though there are many unmarked junctions, which would make taking a wrong turn easy, but not catastrophic. There was a little snow and ice on the trail, but rarely enough to cause a slip. It's a nice surroundings pretty much the whole way, not very many of those big sweeping views I'm getting used to up here, but still very nice. I think this would be a good one in the summer, there seemed to be more shade than most of the trails. From where this trail approaches the lake it looks like about half of it is frozen, but as we went around it, it seemed less. We stopped for lunch before we finished the first mile, sitting on a log. I had finished my burrito before I noticed some kind of furry carcass about 12 inches from my foot! I think it might be a piece of a deer, seemed like the fur was too coarse for a rabbit, maybe somebody has another guess.
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Dec 06 2020
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Moby Trail #373, AZ 
Moby Trail #373, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Dec 06 2020
bakerag
Hiking4.66 Miles 578 AEG
Hiking4.66 Miles   1 Hour   5 Mns   4.30 mph
578 ft AEG
 
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The last time I went to Aspen Creek TH a friendly trail user told me about all the trails leading from it. I already had a route planned, but she was insistent that I do Moby sometime. Today was the day. When I was getting ready to leave the house it was about 60F, by the time I got out of my car, it felt more like 50 already. Leaving the trailhead on Aspen Creek Trail #48 it drops into a little valley that is noticeably cooler than the trailhead. I was starting to worry about my shorts and t-shirt with no gloves. I had a jacket in my pack, so I decided I'd be fine. It starts off with some ups and downs, mostly ups, which kept me warm enough. I only saw a few people on the trail the whole time, it was easy to follow and well maintained. There were a ton of trails not listed either on the city map, or the National Geographic Bradshaw Mtns map. I did take one of those for maybe a tenth of a mile. At least one of them probably goes to Mt Francis Peak radio towers, I'll have to get up there some day. After turning off #48 onto #373, it looks like an old jeep road and I was pretty disappointed. Then after a bit, it opens up the views to the South and switches to single track and you get fun trail and amazing views for the remaining 1.5 miles to the intersection with #260, at which point I turned around and headed back the way I came. On the way home from the trailhead still in the dirt road section of Copper Basin Rd, there was a Range Rover (I think) laying on its side in the ditch on the side, while a guy was talking to the police standing next to a Jeep, I can't imagine how that happened everybody seemed so calm and I didn't notice any car damage, it's a wide stable road.
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Nov 28 2020
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 2, AZ 
Prescott Circle Trail - Pt 2, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 28 2020
bakerag
Hiking4.86 Miles 397 AEG
Hiking4.86 Miles   1 Hour   31 Mns   3.20 mph
397 ft AEG
 
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Second installment of us trying to complete the Prescott Circle Trail. Stephanie is planning on a trail race in April having never done a trail run before, so I found a pretty short segment on what I hoped was easy terrain where we could park at each end. We started at the Iron Springs Railroad TH, crossed Iron Springs Road to get on Javelina trail #332 I have done Javelina Trail going the other direction before and it was very well maintained, the same went for this direction. It was fairly mild climbing and descending for the duration, pretty good for a first trail run. There was still some snow in shaded sections from the snow we got Thanksgiving night. After 2.1 miles you cross Granite Basin Rd, which is lightly trafficked, then you come to a well secured water tank. Another .8 miles and you will pass two trails going off to the left, there are enough trails over here to keep a person busy a long time. Shortly after those intersections, there's a fork. To the right is a somewhat shorter route to Granite Basin/Katahn Dr parking area (only room for a few cars, but not very busy), to the left is the Circle Trail route that I think has more climbing involved. This section has some loose rock, not bad, but we walked it... along with most of the uphills :) . Throughout, you get great views of Prescott and Granite Mountain.
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Oct 31 2020
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Whiskey Basin route preview, AZ 
Whiskey Basin route preview, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Oct 31 2020
bakerag
Run/Jog7.23 Miles 735 AEG
Run/Jog7.23 Miles   2 Hrs   17 Mns   3.17 mph
735 ft AEG4 LBS Pack
 
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Did the interesting/hard parts of the half marathon route to get ready for the race next weekend. There are so many trails it's pretty tricky to stay on the route. Hopefully there will be some helpful markings during the race. Trails are in great shape, markings are clear if you know the names of the trails you want, or if you don't care, you can wander pretty well and eventually get where you were heading. The views are spectacular and the storm trails are always nearly empty, also most of the rest of the route is reasonably fee of people except for the peavine section where you could easily drive a car but any group of two or more including dogs will fill the whole trail... sometimes a solo walker with a tripod will take most of the trail too.
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Oct 10 2020
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Circle Trail - pt 1, AZ 
Prescott Circle Trail - pt 1, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 10 2020
bakerag
Hiking6.32 Miles 423 AEG
Hiking6.32 Miles   2 Hrs   44 Mns   2.37 mph
423 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
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We decided to try to do all of the Prescott Circle Trail, we've done small parts of it already, but we're going to make a concerted effort. Weekend 1, the 6 mile segment from Aspen Creek TH to White Spar Campground. We left my truck at the White Spar Campground and my wife drove us over the Aspen Creek TH. There were warnings on the way about high clearance and what not, it seemed like a typical sedan would be fine, at least when it's dry. Right off the bat, trail #48 dips into a dry creek area with fall colors (a real treat for our first fall after moving from Phoenix) and boulders, It's a pretty gentle climb for about two miles, then we took a little detour to the peak of Wolverton Mtn, or close to it... there's a fenced off section with razor wire up there that I expect is a decommissioned microwave tower or something, it's not a great peak to arrive at, but it's a short easy detour, so why not. We saw a trail maintenance crew out there and could see they had cut the vegetation way back. The rest of the hike was downhill and made for really easy walking. You get great views of most of the Prescott area from up there and somehow we could see Humphreys better than from our house, which is closer. The trail was easy to follow and though it had some offshoot trails, the signs were very clear.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Moderate
Mostly yellow and green, some scattered reds
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Sep 27 2020
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Little Granite Mountain LoopPrescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 27 2020
bakerag
Hiking7.00 Miles 1,193 AEG
Hiking7.00 Miles   3 Hrs   16 Mns   2.14 mph
1,193 ft AEG
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I really enjoyed this hike. We took it clockwise and the first mile and a half had me thinking I should add it to my running routes, then we started coming to some really loose sections, neither of us fell, but I definitely wouldn't take an unsteady friend on this one. The views were some of the best in Prescott we were always coming around the corner to a new angle on familiar features. Other than the 261 section we only saw one group of hikers, even though the lots were nearly full. The trail is pretty overgrown, but still easy to pick out the right path. I won't put this in my run list, but I am sure we'll hike it again.
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Sep 06 2020
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Groom Creek Loop Trail #307Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 06 2020
bakerag
Hiking10.21 Miles 1,847 AEG
Hiking10.21 Miles   4 Hrs   54 Mns   2.23 mph
1,847 ft AEG      19 Mns Break
 
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Haven't done this hike in years, I think it was the first trip I posted on this site. It wasn't as hard as I remembered, my wife went with me this time and she loved it. There is a picnic area at the top with a bathroom, but nobody was there at noon on a Sunday, I think it is even labor day weekend! This is about the shadiest Prescott hike I have been on, it was hot, but shade and cool breezes were frequently available.

My watch said 9.66mi, which fits better with the signs
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Aug 29 2020
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46 male
 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Woodchute Trail #102Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Backpack avatar Aug 29 2020
bakerag
Backpack6.73 Miles 1,074 AEG
Backpack6.73 Miles   17 Hrs   41 Mns   1.18 mph
1,074 ft AEG   12 Hrs    Break20 LBS Pack
 
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Wanted to get a quick overnight in, I thought the rain clouds might make the Woodchute be a little less busy, maybe I was right, it was pretty sparsely populated in spite of the campground and neighboring sites all being full. The weather was perfect with enough rain and breeze to keep it cool without making it cold or soaking my gear. There were ample camping opportunities near the top, I was surprised there wasn't trash everywhere considering how close and accessible it is. I had a snack and went looking for the summit, which I think I found, but the views are better from almost every other part of the trail. I saw a few mule deer while I was getting ready for bed. The moonlight was so intense, I didn't use my headlamp at all. The bugs kept the white noise at just the right level, had a great night, then headed out a little after dawn. All in all, this was a good trip only 45 minutes from home, so I'll probably do it again sometime.
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Aug 23 2020
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 Joined Nov 11 2009
 Prescott, AZ
Mint Wash Trail #345Prescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 23 2020
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Hiking4.90 Miles 440 AEG
Hiking4.90 Miles
440 ft AEG5 LBS Pack
 
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Nice trail, easy terrain, hardly anybody else using it. Like all the trails around Granite Mountain, there is an abundance of interesting boulders all over the place. I'll definitely come back for a run, or a longer hike when it's cooler. It's amazing how little of my heat tolerance came with me from Phoenix, 90 is the new 110 for me!
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Aug 09 2020
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 Prescott, AZ
Prescott Constellation TrailsPrescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 09 2020
bakerag
Hiking1.01 Miles 60 AEG
Hiking1.01 Miles      30 Mns   2.02 mph
60 ft AEG
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 Prescott, AZ
Fred Haught Trail #141Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Backpack avatar Jul 30 2020
bakerag
Backpack14.00 Miles 1,000 AEG
Backpack14.00 Miles1 Day         
1,000 ft AEG   12 Hrs    Break21 LBS Pack
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Set out to do some or all of the cabin loop, it seemed like the best option around for likelihood of water and less heat. This was probably right. We got to the General Springs Cabin around 1pm. The first three miles there were plenty of pools in the creek we could filter from, but we had enough water to go on past. We were feeling pretty good, so we thought we'd get to Pinchot cabin and springs before we needed to set up camp. Unfortunately, the trail turns into a road and the road is completely washed out where it crosses what I think is Fred Haught canyon, it is quite a steep drop. It looked like there was a path people had used before and looking back at trip logs I found people had actually done it, but we decided not to take the risk with only an hour before dark and not being sure there'd be water at Pinchot. There was a sign at a previous road crossing that may have warned us, but it was torn in half... I suspect somebody thought the map would be useful :? . Anyway, with that road being either totally closed or not of much use, we were able to easily find a nice camp spot and didn't see another soul until we were halfway back to the trailhead. It was a good first time backpacking for my wife, she was hurting after, but only enough to want a different pack, not enough to quit :)

The trail was beautiful, easy to follow and sparsely populated (middle of the week, also, pandemic and fire ban may have caused lower numbers :-k ) The little offshoot to Haught cabin was not really worth it as the cabin was long gone, but a really nice camping area. We'll probably try this again when it's a little cooler.
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