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Jun 19 2019
mt98dew
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Cactus Wren Trail - Sonoran PreservePhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Jun 19 2019
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Run/Jog6.20 Miles 114 AEG
Run/Jog6.20 Miles   1 Hour   15 Mns   4.96 mph
114 ft AEG
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After work jog. Did a lasso. In on the Hawk Nest, Desert Tortoise, Valley Vista and then a clockwise loop on the Cactus Wren and the northern leg of the Great Horn Owl. And then back on the Valley, Tortoise and Hawk. Trails were in good shape. Nice loop to run on. Not overly rocky, with a little elevation change to get the heart pumping. Saw 1 chipmunk and that was it. No one on the trails, though I did see people coming and going at the TH. Temps were nice at 103. Minimal breeze. When it came it was nice :) . Slower than last time...another year older and a little heavier....
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Jun 17 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Kiwanis Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 17 2019
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Hiking2.85 Miles 418 AEG
Hiking2.85 Miles      52 Mns   3.29 mph
418 ft AEG
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Short after work hike. Did an in and out to the lookout tower via Kiwanis. Vegetation is sure showing the desert heat. Brown, brown, brown. Temps not too bad (103?), nice intermittent breeze. Met 5 hikers on the trail and quite a few good sized lizards.
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Jun 16 2019
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49 male
 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Warrior TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 16 2019
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Hiking2.30 Miles 1,060 AEG
Hiking2.30 Miles      51 Mns   2.71 mph
1,060 ft AEG
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Sunday morning hike. Got on the trail just after 6am. Temps were great!... Below 80 :) . Jogged what I could, hiked the rest. 25:50 to the top. Had 1 hiker with me the whole time..kept pushing me :) . Met 12 hikers in total. No wildlife. Nice to have a nearby "Squaw Peakesque" trail nearby.
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Jun 13 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
New River Trail - Peoria / GlendalePhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Jun 13 2019
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Run/Jog5.64 Miles
Run/Jog5.64 Miles   1 Hour   3 Mns   5.37 mph
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After work jog. Continued on the New River Trail going from Union Hills up to Deer Valley. Trail was paved and had half mile markers along the way. Homes and businesses to the west and a dry canal to the east. Nothing exciting. Weather was warm with high clouds, slight breeze. Met 1 runner and 2 bikers. Saw a rabbit, chipmunk and quite a few quail, which included 15-18 baby quail.
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Jun 11 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Shaw Butte Trail #306Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Jun 11 2019
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Run/Jog4.42 Miles 840 AEG
Run/Jog4.42 Miles   1 Hour   6 Mns   4.02 mph
840 ft AEG
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After work jog starting from the police station. Got on the trail around 4:15. Went clockwise. Like to get that flat straight away in first to warm up before tackling the climbs. Jogged the whole thing, but it was a slow go. Saw 3 other joggers and 7 hikers. Wildlife included a few quail and a rabbit.
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Jun 09 2019
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49 male
 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Warrior TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 09 2019
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Hiking2.30 Miles 1,060 AEG
Hiking2.30 Miles      54 Mns   2.56 mph
1,060 ft AEG
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Short afternoon hike. Got on the trail around 4:30. To the top of the southwestern peak in 27 minutes. A good time to try to shave from. Warm, but a nice breeze. Saw 3-4 cars pull into the TH, but no one got out to hike. :-k
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Jun 08 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Peek-a-Boo Canyon KanabSouthwest, UT
Southwest, UT
Hiking avatar Jun 08 2019
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Hiking8.40 Miles 450 AEG
Hiking8.40 Miles   2 Hrs   35 Mns   3.25 mph
450 ft AEG
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Early morning hike while visiting in Kanab. Got up on 4:30 and was at the TH around 5. The initial trail in is basically an ATV track made up of soft, dense, deep, fine sand!! The sand was so fine that I could literally see the tracks of beetles as they crossed the sand. Hundreds of tracks ranging from beetles and birds to snakes, rabbit and deer. That was the only cool thing about this part of the hike. Felt like I was hiking with half the sand dune in my shoes. The trail/(track) is labeled as 102. It splits off a couple of times. Just keep on the one heading in a generally eastward direction. It took about 2.85 miles to reach the wash. The trail is not signed at this point. But just stay in the wash and head upstream. It's kind of ironic how the wash was much firmer than the ATV that I came in on. Follow the wash for about .9 miles. There will a single hoodoo off to the right. The entry point for the slot canyon will be on the far left. I was in there too early to have the sunlight play off the walls, but I was still impressed with what I saw. The slot canyon is divided into three sections...the canyon will open up a couple times between slots. The slot was pretty awesome. There was a dripping spring high up on a moss covered wall. I could hear the water dripping into a pool above me. The other cool feature is what appeared to be animal (maybe dinosaur) tracks going up the side of the wall. Need PaleoRob to confirm. Overall very cool slot canyon, though admittedly this was only my third slot canyon. Most people who do this canyon take ATV's down to the slot.
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Jun 07 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Squaw Trail - KanabSouthwest, UT
Southwest, UT
Hiking avatar Jun 07 2019
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Hiking3.25 Miles 725 AEG
Hiking3.25 Miles   1 Hour   20 Mns   2.44 mph
725 ft AEG
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Waayyyyyy behind on my post.....simply not enough time :( . On a short road trip with my mom :y: . Ended up in Kanab for part of the day. Dropped my mom off at La Quinta and headed over to Squaw Trail. Was kind of tired myself, but this hike turned out to be a treat. Parked at one of the TH. - on 100 East, just past 600 North....you can also pick up this trail a block to the west from Main St. The trail basically takes you from Kanab level up to the top of a mesa which borders the entire northern end of the town. The mesa has several ins and outs as it goes west to east. The trail starts just to the east of the most western indentation. After the trail enters this western canyon, it looks like it is going to climb up the dry wash and does for a bit. But after gaining about 20 ft. or so it starts to do some very gradual switchbacking as it works its way up through the "shelves" of the mesa. There is still the major rockfall that ddgrunning described. One can scramble through the rockfall or follow a trail that goes just below the rocks. Both ways will connect you back to the main trail very quickly. The trail is gradual throughout, except for the climb on the second to last shelf. That section, though short, is fairly steep and will get the blood pumping. After reaching the "top" there is still a little bit of a climb. The high point of the mesa is located more in the center. So there is a gradual, very sandy incline that needs to be climbed to reach the bench. The bench doesn't look like much, but it is surprisingly solid. A nice place to rest and enjoy the views, but it is not shaded. (People tell me that I have a good imagination, but) I am fairly certain I could see the edge of the Grand Canyon to the south and Yovimpa Point at Bryce Canyon to the north. Pretty cool if it's legit :) . Nice views of Kanab during the climb, but it wasn't that visible from the top. The trail did a great job of interacting with the landscape. Thoroughly enjoyed how the trail worked its way to the top. There are trail signs posted along the way, both plastic stick signs with Squaw Trail decals as well as old numbered wooden posts that are scattered along the way. Number 22 is next to the bench on top. There are other trails in the area as well, two of which I think are relatively new. There is the Raven Trail and the Roadrunner Trail. Both located at the same TH as the Squaw Trail. There is a trail map a title ways in from where I started the Squaw Trail, but neither of these "new" trails are shown. There is also a "connector trail" at the top of the mesa which takes off to the east from where the Squaw Trail ends. This "connector trail" looks to be an ATV trail, so it doesn't look all that enticing. Encountered 3 hikers coming down as I was heading up. Wildlife was minimal...one chipmunk and tens of lizards. Nice hike to do if you're in the area!
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Jun 07 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Queen's Garden TrailSouthwest, UT
Southwest, UT
Hiking avatar Jun 07 2019
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Hiking2.85 Miles 320 AEG
Hiking2.85 Miles      45 Mns   3.80 mph
320 ft AEG
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Currently doing my trip logs in reverse. Mom and I car camped at Ruby's Campground (it's Ruby everything in Bryce City). I am becoming a proficient car camper...it was an experience for my mom :) . She wanted a campground so she could have access to showers and a bathroom. Nice campground, very nice accommodating staff. After seeing some sights I left my mom at the General Store and the car and did quick hike of the Queens Garden. The elevation isn't much, but it comes in chunks. Really spectacular.!! Also really crowded!! Bottlenecked a couple of times. Navajo trail was closed so luckily I wasn't tempted in extending my journey. Went to the end of the Garden, took a couple of obligatory picks of the Queen and headed back up. Mileage includes the walk to the general store.
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Jun 06 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Sunrise Point to Sunset Point Rim TrailSouthwest, UT
Southwest, UT
Hiking avatar Jun 06 2019
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Hiking4.00 Miles 50 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles
50 ft AEG
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Mileage is a rough estimate. We did this section and more on Thurs. and Friday. Got up to Bryce on Thurs, got a camp spot a Ruby's (for car camping) and then drove into the park to check out some of the vistas. Parked at Sunrise and walked about half way to Sunset just soaking in the views. Park was busy, but. It crowded. Plenty of benches to sit and take in the views. Decided to drive to the end of the park (which surprisingly (to me) didn't seem that big) and work our way back. Hit Yovimpa and Rainbow Points and then cherry picked out way back. Great views all. Many pictures taken. To that crowded at all at the back end of the park. Returned Friday morning. Parked at Inspiration Point and walked down to Sunrise. Inspiration Point is appropriately named. Lose quite a bit of elevation going from Inspiration to Sunrise. Alternates between hard dirt and paved paths. Noticed what looked to be hoof prints just below the rim. Amazing how those animals (deer I assume) are able to negotiate the inclines! Left my mom at the General Store. Tried to jog back to the car and actually found myself getting light headed :o . Found a nice place for my mom to rest, while I did a quick in and out on the Queen's Garden
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Jun 06 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Antelope Canyon - LowerNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 06 2019
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Hiking0.90 Miles 98 AEG
Hiking0.90 Miles
98 ft AEG
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This was the first stop on my family road trip with my mom. We had reserved a spot at 9am so we just had to show up a half hour before the start. Amazing how much this experience has changed since Randal did it back in 2001. We had 13 groups of 10 in our 9am time slot! I would say that for every American there were at least 8 internationals. My mom and I were the only Americans in our group of 10. What a melting pot! Ken's Tour actually does a nice job of trying to allow everyone to get their pictures, pointing out some of the more iconic pictures, while still keeping the group moving forward. I will say my pictures were 50/50 whether I had people standing in the frame. Very cool experience, both visually and culturally. Will say, there are quite a few ladders involved with this hike and my mom, who is getting up there in years, was frustrated with some of the climbs. She made it, but I think it did detract (a little) from her enjoyment. Still, at the end of the day, we were glad that we did it :)
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Jun 04 2019
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 Joined Oct 24 2010
 Phoenix,Az
Lookout Mtn Circumference Trail #308Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Jun 04 2019
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Run/Jog2.91 Miles 411 AEG
Run/Jog2.91 Miles
411 ft AEG
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Still trying to catch up on belated trip logs. Did this as an after work jog. Started from the water tank side and did a clockwise loop. Stayed on the 308 for the most part. Though I did swing out a little farther in the western loop. Surprisingly easy run though I wasn't pushing myself.
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Jun 02 2019
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 Phoenix,Az
Warrior TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 02 2019
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Hiking2.00 Miles 1,060 AEG
Hiking2.00 Miles
1,060 ft AEG
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Morning hike with daughter. She didn't quite make it to the top today. But it was a good work out.
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Jun 01 2019
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 Phoenix,Az
Chain Fruit TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Jun 01 2019
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Run/Jog4.85 Miles 95 AEG
Run/Jog4.85 Miles      54 Mns   5.39 mph
95 ft AEG
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Early morning run in the Usery. Started from the McKellips Rd. TH. Got on the trails just before 5am. Did a lasso involving the Levee and then clockwise on Moon Rock to Lost Sheep to Chain Fruit to Blevins and then briefly on Moon Rock to Levee and then back to TH. All trails were in great shape and well signed. There is a slight incline as you head south to north. Not that noticeable, but it makes for a nice return on the run. Didn't see anyone on the trails. Wildlife was nice. Saw several rabbits (Jack and Peter), a coyote and (surprisingly) a deer. Finished the lasso just as as the sun was cresting the Usery so temps were nice and cool.
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May 31 2019
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 Phoenix,Az
North Wilson Mountain Trail #123Sedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking avatar May 31 2019
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Hiking11.02 Miles 1,539 AEG
Hiking11.02 Miles   4 Hrs   50 Mns   2.28 mph
1,539 ft AEG
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Got a late start for me...didn't get up there until just after 10am. I was surprised, the parking was full when I got there. I soon found out why as I headed up. A trail crew about 20 strong was heading down as I was heading up. Needless to say the trail was in great shape! This north side is quite a contrast compared to the "south side". A lot more vegetation with a couple of brief pine groves that added to the uniqueness of this trail. Also, there were some nice sized cliffs to the west that was a constant companion as the trail switchbacked up. In my opinion this side seemed a lot more steep than the "south side". That didn't bother me too much going up, but my toes were aching as I made my way down. The trail crew had gone up to the "Y" with Wilson Trail so it really was an nice ascent. (Kind of wonder what it was like before they had cleaned it up). The climb from the "Y" to the split for the outlooks was quite a bit overgrown. The trail was easy to follow, but lush foliage was closing in from both sides. There was another nice, but brief pine grove just after the climb and before the split for the outlooks. Hit the Sedona lookout first and then headed over to the North Canyon lookout. The trees (not pines) on the way to the North overlook were fighting something bad. A lot of the smaller saplings were dead and dying and some of the larger trees were starting to show similar indications. :( . Looked like there was smoke from a major fire to the east of Flagstaff. Hard to say with clouds in the background. Besides for the trail workers only saw 4 people the entire day and 3 of them were at the Sedona Lookout. Wildlife was minimal (lizards) but the flowers were impressive, especially from where the mesa starts up to split for the outlooks.
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May 28 2019
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 Phoenix,Az
Flatlander Trail H-1a - Hedgpeth HillsPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar May 28 2019
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Hiking4.00 Miles 27 AEG
Hiking4.00 Miles      55 Mns   4.36 mph
27 ft AEG
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After work jog. Did a lasso involving Flarlander starting from the 59th Ave. (west side) TH. Took Coachwhip over to the bridge and then CCW first on Arrowhead and then Flatlander. Used the crosswalk to connect to the Chuckwalla on the way back. Weather was great again! Surprised at the number of people on Arrowhead compared to the other trails. Encountered 19 hikers, 1 trail runner on that stretch alone compared to 2 for the rest of the trails.
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May 27 2019
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 Phoenix,Az
Valley View Trail #1EPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar May 27 2019
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Hiking2.84 Miles 70 AEG
Hiking2.84 Miles      54 Mns   3.16 mph
70 ft AEG
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Short after work hike. Holidays, and the lack of weekday traffic, is the best time for me to visit the Piestewa area. Started from the Dreamy Draw TH and did a loop incorporating the Valley View Trail. Went clockwise utilizing the parts of the Christiansen, Perle and user trails to make the loop work. The parking lot was near capacity but I didn't see too many people on the trails I used. Great weather. Wildlife included a squirrel, chipmunk and lizards.
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May 26 2019
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 Phoenix,Az
Warrior TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar May 26 2019
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Hiking2.10 Miles 1,060 AEG
Hiking2.10 Miles
1,060 ft AEG
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Afternoon hike with family up Warrior. (Unfortunately) family is not into hiking quite like I am. Wife made it halfway before finding an ideal rock upon which to wait for our return. Daughter and family friend made it to the top with a couple of rests along the way. It is a steep, but rewarding climb. Checked out the nearby westward peak and headed back down. Trail was seeing quite a bit of action. Encountered 16 hikers and 1 trail runner ( :app: ) on the way down.
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May 25 2019
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 Phoenix,Az
Ocotillo Trail - Sonoran Preserve NorthPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Run/Jog avatar May 25 2019
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Run/Jog13.60 Miles 699 AEG
Run/Jog13.60 Miles   2 Hrs   50 Mns   4.80 mph
699 ft AEG
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Belated post. Did an early morning in the Sonorans last week starting from the Apache Wash TH. Got on the trails around 5:30 am. Did a loop going clockwise on the Ocotillo and Sidewinder Trails. Trails were well marked and in decent shape - a little rocky in spots, but not too bad and not for any extended period. About half way through they actually share the same trail for a short distance. So this was more of a figure "8" (and, if one was so inclined, could shorten this loop by about 4 miles). I think I discovered the secret to tackling steep climbs..... I had one fall, just before the steepest ascent on the Sidewinder Trail. It was nothing serious, but it got the blood flowing and I was able to run (jog) the entire ascent. Not sure how much that fall helped, but I was surprised at how well I took the climb :) . For the most part, trails were not that busy, once I got away from the THs. I did encounter 30 hikers, 20 bikers and 6 trail runners. Sounds worse than it really was. Parking lot was PACKED when I got back to the TH. I've never seen Apache Wash so full!! Weather was great. No wildlife, except lizards.
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May 23 2019
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 Phoenix,Az
Warrior TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar May 23 2019
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Hiking3.16 Miles 1,060 AEG
Hiking3.16 Miles   1 Hour   16 Mns   2.49 mph
1,060 ft AEG
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After work hike. Hadn't realized that they had done a face lift to this trail until I got there. Nice to have this as an official trail. Always felt conscientious when I hiked this in the past. Also nice to have a nearby trail with sone teeth to it...and this one can bite! Very uphill, well outside my ability to jog for any stretch.....Got on the trail around 4pm. Trail actually seemed steeper to me than the original track despite what BobP says. This might be because the original was more distracting, being more rocky and interacting with nature may have kept me from realizing just how "up" it was. Trail was graded pretty much all the way to the top....ideal for running if you like 60% grades. There are still periodic laminated signs that guide you to the top.. Sounds like they have been there since the beginning of the year. Wonder when they are going to replace it with something a little more permanent. There are no signs at the top, but the trail is well enough defined that there is little chance that someone could mistakenly try to descend the wrong way. The signs make a reappearance as the T Bone Loop Trail ties back into the Ma Ha Tauk. I went for making this a true T Bone Loop by following, what are currently user trails, down to ramada area and joining up with the "original" (though that has changed quite a bit in the last several years as well) T Bone Trail. Saw some green ribbons along the way, so there is a chance that this user trail may eventually become part of the T bone Loop. Nice little loop. I'm glad the park service finally gave in and adopted this trail that was already a fairly well known and well used alternative option. Just wished that they had consulted with HAZ in regards to the naming of it. The Warrior Trail is much more appropriate than the T Bone Loop Trail.
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