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Oct 09 2020
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50 male
 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
AZT in a Day - Red Hills Trail, AZ 
AZT in a Day - Red Hills Trail, AZ
 
Backpack avatar Oct 09 2020
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Backpack27.62 Miles 7,155 AEG
Backpack27.62 Miles3 Days         
7,155 ft AEG
 
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We spent long weekend doing AZT in a Day event on the Mazatzal AZT. Our section was from The Park to Brush Spring about 7.5 miles. We started at Mineral Creek trailhead which is the most direct access to the The Park but didn’t’ start until about noon. Fortunately, it’s only about 4.5 miles to The Park from Mineral Creek so the late start was not an issue. However, being a short trail it’s very steep as it ascends to the Mazatzal Divide especially in the first 2 miles. There was decent water at Mineral Spring as we passed by and continued the climb. Towards the top before The Park the trail disappears in spots and is difficult to follow for the last ¾ mile to The Park. After fighting through the last brushy spots we reached The Park and setup camp. Once setup we headed over to Petes Pond for water but with the dry conditions we were not totally sure it would have water. Fortunately, it did have water which was a bit green from algae but it tasted fine. Headed back to camp and settled in for the night.

Next day for AZT in a Day event we just had to hike from The Park to Brush Spring about 7.5 miles. So we were not rushed and able to take our time. We are also AZT stewards for the section and took time to do minor trail work and document tree fall issues. Arrived at Brush Spring and checked for water which is near the camp and not where the Brush Spring sign is located. Apparently there used to be water there but it’s dried up and now the water is several hundred feet away from the sign. After filtering water we enjoyed the camp spot and the pleasant temps at Brush Spring.

Last day Sunday we had to hike from Brush Spring back out to Mineral Creek trailhead about 12 miles. On the way out we ran into Roger, Rob, and Jack doing Mazatzal transit backpack documenting trail conditions of AZT. We had lunch with them and shared notes on needed trail work and trail conditions in general. Great to see the guys and chat with them! I also did some extra off trail in search water for future trips and found a couple of small pools even in these dry conditions. It was a good sign and come spring time there should be decent pools. After that we continued heading back towards The Park where we took another break. From there it was out to Mineral Creek fighting the brushy section and then the big drop. The downhill is tedious but the steepest part is only 2 miles long so it goes relatively quick. Great weekend in the Mazatzal’s!!

water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water less than maxwater less than max Brush Spring Quart per minute Quart per minute
decent pools about 300 feet or so downstream of the sign

water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water less than max Mineral Spring Gallon per minute Gallon per minute
decent flow along the trail. Several spots to access small pools

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max Pete's Pond 1-25% full 1-25% full
pool was very low and a bit green from algae but water tasted fine
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Oct 03 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
Reavis Ranch via 109 SouthGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 03 2020
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Hiking15.51 Miles 2,352 AEG
Hiking15.51 Miles   8 Hrs   24 Mns   2.19 mph
2,352 ft AEG   1 Hour   20 Mns Break
 
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Day hiked into Reavis Ranch from Rogers Trough trailhead. Also, first time I’ve hiked the trail since it burned last year. The area immediately around the trailhead did not burn so that was nice to see but about ¾ mile down the trail we hit the burn. Parts of trail are washed out and in need of some maintenance but the upper part as it ascends to the saddle is in pretty good shape. Once on the saddle the burn is particularly bad and tough to see.

We hiked through the burn from the saddle but eventually it gives way to some unburned areas as we approached Reavis Ranch. I knew the orchards and ranch area were unburned but just barely. Everything around it on the hills sides is torched. We zigzagged through the orchard looking for the perfect apples :D Not a bumper crop this year but still decent considering the fire and lack of rain. Also noticed tons of bear scat full with apple pieces so they are enjoying the crop as well. We spent about 2 hours checking out the orchard and nice break near the creek which had light flow.

After the break we headed back to Rogers Trough and enjoyed hiking the valley before hitting the burn again. Also, stopped by the Reavis grave site on the way out. Fun day on the trail even though it was sad to see the burn damage :(
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Oct 01 2020
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 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ 
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Oct 01 2020
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Run/Jog5.39 Miles 370 AEG
Run/Jog5.39 Miles   1 Hour   1 Min   5.30 mph
370 ft AEG
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After work trail run.
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Sep 29 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ 
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Sep 29 2020
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Run/Jog5.39 Miles 370 AEG
Run/Jog5.39 Miles   1 Hour      5.39 mph
370 ft AEG
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After work trail run. Getting a little faster after some slow runs.
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Sep 26 2020
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 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Charleston Peak from Trail CanyonVegas, NV
Vegas, NV
Hiking avatar Sep 26 2020
BiFrost
Hiking18.65 Miles 5,522 AEG
Hiking18.65 Miles   8 Hrs   51 Mns   2.36 mph
5,522 ft AEG      57 Mns Break
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Great hike up Charleston Peak and the loop! John suggested the idea so sounded like a good plan. Headed up Friday night so we could get an early Saturday start which was just before 7am. Started from Trail Canyon trail head and began the several thousand foot initial climb which was pleasantly lined with aspens in fall color. Last time I did this hike it was June so I didn't realize just how many aspens are on this hike. Along with the foliage, the great views, and high quality trail this section is hard to beat. The views get even better about 6 or 7 miles up the trail when it reaches the main ridge line and then contours leading to the final switchbacks.

The final switchbacks are equally impressive even though the altitude burns a little more. The last mile is above tree line so nothing to obstruct the view except for the smoke from CA fires but still wasn't too bad. Finally made the summit and we enjoyed a great summit beer :D A handful of other people on the summit but not to crazy being so close to Vegas. We took a good break before continuing down the South Loop Trail.

On South Loop Trail the first part above tree line is nice easy walk but eventually we hit the burn section about 1.5 miles down the trail. The trail is fine through the burn but the damage is nuclear with only tree skeletons left and not much growing back. Most of the trees were Bristlecone pine so they probably don't grow back very fast or maybe not at all. The fire was in July 2013 and took out about 28,000 acres. After about 2 miles or so we reached the junction to head down off the ridge line and hiked out of the burn. From there it was lots of switchbacks that drops over 3,000 feet back down to the canyon. We were treated to some more fall color towards the bottom of the hike. Eventually we reached the South Loop trail head and then followed a few connector trails back over to the Trail Canyon start.

Great hike and still debate whether to do the loop next time or out and back on Trail Canyon. Trail Canyon is without doubt the nicer of the two trails but I dislike out and backs just enough to make the loop an option. Will see next time :-k
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Sep 24 2020
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 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ 
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Sep 24 2020
BiFrost
Run/Jog5.39 Miles 370 AEG
Run/Jog5.39 Miles   1 Hour   5 Mns   4.98 mph
370 ft AEG
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After work trail run.
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Sep 22 2020
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 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ 
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Run/Jog avatar Sep 22 2020
BiFrost
Run/Jog5.39 Miles 370 AEG
Run/Jog5.39 Miles   1 Hour   9 Mns   4.69 mph
370 ft AEG
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Overcast and even some sprinkles at start of my run. Taking advantage of cooler temps!
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Sep 19 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ 
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Sep 19 2020
BiFrost
Run/Jog5.92 Miles 528 AEG
Run/Jog5.92 Miles   1 Hour   27 Mns   4.08 mph
528 ft AEG
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Haven't run in awhile so it was slow. Walked the last mile and half after tripping on a rock and going down. Kind of a hard fall but fortunately only scrapped up my hand.
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Sep 02 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
Wind River Range, WY 
Wind River Range, WY
 
Backpack avatar Sep 02 2020
BiFrost
Backpack37.30 Miles 11,424 AEG
Backpack37.30 Miles6 Days         
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Ventured into the Wind River Range with my friend Scott starting at Big Sandy trailhead. After the long drive we started hiking about 11am and made it the first 5.6 miles to Big Sandy Lake within a few hours. We continued another few miles to Black Joe Lake where there is a rock scramble to get around the lake. However, we brought packrafts on this trip with the intention of floating some of the lakes. Fortunately for us the wind was blowing strong up canyon so it literally pushed us to the other side landing on the beach that we wanted. We continued to the next lake up canyon nearby and found a camp spot.

Day 2 the goal was to hike Wind River Peak at 13,192 and part of the Wind River High Route. I followed Andrew Skurka’s high route up the West Gully route access to Wind River Peak. The route goes up the Black Joe Lake canyon to lake 11,185 at the base of West Gully. That’s where it gets interesting with class 3, loose scree, and bouldering but it was late enough in the season that didn’t have to deal with any ice or snow. Takes awhile to negotiate the gully but it gets easier climb about ¼ mile from the top where it’s an easy walk up. Ran into 2 high route thru hikers and talked to them for a few minutes. Reaching the top there were 9 people on the summit who had come from the easier east approach. The summit is flat and wide so somewhat anti-climatic after the west approach. The people on top were cool and talked them for awhile. After they departed I had 4G and got an updated weather forecast spending an hour on top before heading back down the West Gully route. Uneventful return trip with same loose stuff and boulders. Met up with Scott who had waited at lake 11,185 and took a break. Then continued back to camp for pleasant night by the lower lakes.

Day 3 we headed over to Deep Lake from Black Joe Lake. It’s not a long hike about 4 miles depending on camp and arrived early afternoon. That afternoon until dinner was spent floating on Deep Lake and taking in the great location. Very little wind so conditions were excellent for floating and paddling around the lake. After the float another mild September evening at Deep Lake.

Day 4 we stayed another day at Deep Lake with the goal of hiking Temple Peak 12,972. From Deep Lake it’s short climb over the ridge into Temple Lake canyon. There’s a trail that runs above the lake we followed that eventually leads to Temple Pass. On the pass Temple Peak was to the right with a couple of approach options. The shortest and most aggressive options are straight up 4th class from the pass but I chose to do the longer 3rd class approach along the southeast side. I parted with Scott at the pass and continued to contour along the cliff band on the southeast side. Eventually there are breaks in the cliff band which leads to the 3rd class scramble to the main ridge line. Once on the ridge line the off trail was less steep but lots of bouldering. There were occasional patches of grassy slope but mostly boulders to the summit. Unlike Wind River Peak the Temple summit was much more summit like and I was the only one there this time. I spent about 40 minutes on top and had some 4G to get another updated weather forecast. Very nice summit with a dramatic 2,000 foot plunge into Temple Lake below on the north face. After the nice break I returned the same way back to the pass. From the pass it was an easy hike back to camp at Deep Lake. Another nice evening relaxing after some tough off trail miles.

Day 5 we hiked back to Big Sandy Lake so we would have an easy exit day. We also had plenty of time for another afternoon of floating on Big Sandy Lake. There were a lot people in the area being Labor Day Weekend but none on the lake :D There’s a small island which we checked out and even went back around sunset for island happy hour!! Back at camp the last night was relaxing with nice temps again.

Last day we just had to hike out the 5 plus miles to the trailhead. Easy day and considering the forecast we were glad this was the end of the trip. We had over five days of great weather with sunny highs in the 60’s and 70’s and lows around 40. But that afternoon and evening the forecast would change significantly. See attached [ photo ] . Anyway we were glad to beat the weather and have such an excellent trip….almost forgot no mosquito's!!
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Aug 22 2020
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 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ 
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Aug 22 2020
BiFrost
Run/Jog5.30 Miles 349 AEG
Run/Jog5.30 Miles   1 Hour   10 Mns   4.54 mph
349 ft AEG
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Afternoon run. Hot and humid...not the best conditions.
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Aug 15 2020
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 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Tonto Creek Hellsgate Wilderness, AZ 
Tonto Creek Hellsgate Wilderness, AZ
 
Backpack avatar Aug 15 2020
BiFrost
Backpack9.62 Miles 1,620 AEG
Backpack9.62 Miles2 Days         
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Ventured into Tonto Creek and Hellsgate Wilderness with a few friends. Instead of going in from the Little Green Valley on the Payson side we hit the dirt roads on the Young side for access at Smoky Hollow trailhead. The drive is longer and more tedious than the Payson side but the hike is shorter. Of course, being August it was hot but the water temps more than compensated. We set up camp at the confluence of Tonto and Haigler creeks at the entrance to Hells Gate.

Next day we ventured up Tonto Creek into Hells Gate and basically floated around the pools all day. Very relaxing way to spend the day avoiding the heat. After exploring some and mostly floating we headed back to camp for another warm night. This is the first trip where I did not bring a sleeping bag. I just used a liner that was my sleeping bag and it worked out great.

Next morning, we packed up and headed out. It was hot but really not that bad and we had some early cloud cover from developing storms that kept it cooler. A few rain drops as we reached the vehicles but nothing significant. One side not about this trip is normally I would avoid places like Tonto in the middle of monsoon. The water is usually mucked up and the threat of flash flood. However, the lack of rain/monsoon activity made this more like a June trip. Fun weekend for all!!
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Jul 25 2020
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50 male
 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Mormon Lake AZT #29 Trail Run, AZ 
Mormon Lake AZT #29 Trail Run, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Jul 25 2020
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Run/Jog10.44 Miles 981 AEG
Run/Jog10.44 Miles   2 Hrs   18 Mns   4.54 mph
981 ft AEG
 
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We drove up to Mormon Lake and parked at the trail head north of the lake and just off Lake Mary Road. Then did an out and back trail run along the old Railroad Grade. Really nice section to trail run with very few rocks and relatively smooth tread. Gradual uphill southbound so easier run after my turnaround point back to the car. Threatened rain but nothing except cloud cover which made things cooler.
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Jul 25 2020
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The other other Pine Mountain, AZ 
The other other Pine Mountain, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 25 2020
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Hiking2.58 Miles 654 AEG
Hiking2.58 Miles   1 Hour   21 Mns   2.12 mph
654 ft AEG      8 Mns Break
 
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After trail run on Mormon Lake AZT section we drove down Lake Mary Road and took the dirt FS 294 road to Bargaman Park trail head. I've been wanting to hike Pine Mountain since doing the AZT in 2015 but never made the side trip. It's a short off trail hike to the summit from the Happy Jack AZT section. We followed the ridge line on the north slope to the summit. While on the ridge we noticed some new pink flagging tape on the trees to the summit. Maybe there are plans for a trail which would not be too difficult to put in from the looks of the terrain. A light rain started to fall as we approached the summit and once on top we had some decent views of the valley. It started to rain harder so we headed back down. This is the 3rd Pine Mountain summit we have hiked with the others being off Dugas Road and then the one by Four Peaks but there are probably more. It was by far the easiest of the three but also by far the least scenic. Still a good hike quick hike if you are in the area!
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Jul 16 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
High Uintas Wilderness TrailsMountainlands, UT
Mountainlands, UT
Backpack avatar Jul 16 2020
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Backpack36.48 Miles 7,873 AEG
Backpack36.48 Miles4 Days         
7,873 ft AEG
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We spent 4 days backpacking in the High Uintas Wilderness in Utah. Lots of alpine lakes and cool temps to enjoy. We started from the Swift Creek trailhead on the south side of the range.

Day 1 the plan was to camp in the Milk Lake area as jump off point to Kings Peak ascent. However, I had some altitude sickness on the first day at 11,000 feet so we didn’t make Milk Lake. Kind of weird since I’ve hiked 14’ers before with no issues. I was man down that night but fully recovered within 24 hours so we decided to change the plan a bit.

Day 2 we hiked over Bluebell Pass to see the Milk Lake side but still took it easy with the elevation. Great views from the pass and the backbone of the Uinta range. After a lunch break we headed back over Bluebell Pass and back to camp. Camp was at a lake marked 10,919 on the topo one of the many lakes in the basin. In the afternoon we hiked over to Farmers Lake and explored the area. Farmers is a large lake and one of the more scenic, so we found some nice spots to relax before heading back to camp.

Day 3 we moved camp to Timothy Lakes Basin about 2 miles away from the Farmers Lake side. Dropped packs at East Timothy Lake and checked out some nearby lakes for possible camp spot. After about 1 hour we found really cool camp at Center Timothy Lake for the last night. We setup camp and then went out for day hike of the Timothy Lakes Basin area. Starting from East Timothy Lake we did about 6 mile loop to Lower Carroll Lake, Upper Carroll Lake and near the top of the basin below the main ridge. Then we dropped down to West Timothy Lake and finally back to Center Timothy and our camp. This was a great loop and really hit the highlights of Timothy Lakes Basin.

Day 4 after another relaxing camp we packed up and headed out. It’s about 10 miles from Timothy Basin out to Swift Creek trailhead. A few thunderstorms rolled in the last few miles but never had more than a few sprinkles. Aside from a brief rainstorm on Day 1 and the last day we had really good weather. The mosquitos were not too crazy, but we were very glad to have mosquito head nets. Also, we only ran into 10 people in 4 days…6 backpackers, 2 fisherman and 2 day hikers near the trailhead. So much to see in the Unitas Wilderness and we really only explored relatively small section. Definitely on the short list for a return trip!
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Jul 11 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
AZT Southern Terminus Mexico Border, AZ 
AZT Southern Terminus Mexico Border, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 11 2020
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Hiking4.14 Miles 1,004 AEG
Hiking4.14 Miles   5 Hrs   31 Mns   1.54 mph
1,004 ft AEG   2 Hrs   50 Mns Break
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Went down to Montezuma Pass on Huachuca AZT #1 and hiked to the southern terminus Mexico border. Met some friends there where we wanted to see it one last time before the border wall goes up. Customs and Border Protection closing it on July 13th to begin the construction. We spent several hours enjoying the view one last time. Several other groups there doing the same thing. Let's hope for last minute intervention but if not we got to see it!
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Jul 09 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ 
Phoenix Preserve Trail Run, AZ
 
Run/Jog avatar Jul 09 2020
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Run/Jog5.39 Miles 370 AEG
Run/Jog5.39 Miles   1 Hour   7 Mns   4.83 mph
370 ft AEG
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Morning trail run. Going to try and get these runs in the morning until it cools down.
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Jul 05 2020
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Sunday Phoenix Preserve Heat Hike, AZ 
Sunday Phoenix Preserve Heat Hike, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 05 2020
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Hiking5.81 Miles 1,081 AEG
Hiking5.81 Miles   2 Hrs   10 Mns   2.79 mph
1,081 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
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Hiking in the heat. Really like this loop but not when it's a 110.
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Jul 04 2020
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Happy Jack - AZT #28Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 04 2020
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Hiking14.17 Miles 1,351 AEG
Hiking14.17 Miles   3 Hrs   14 Mns   4.38 mph
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So nice to get out of the heat even just for several hours. This section has newly constructed trail and was very pleasant to trail run. Parked on the west side of Bargaman Park running past Bargaman Tank and through the park. Then continued southbound past Pine Mountain and Wild Horse Tank. From Wild Horse Tank there is a slight hill and then good flat stretch on new trail. Eventually dropped down to Daves Tank where it was time to turn around. Returned the same way back with more uphill than southbound. Back at the truck we enjoyed a beverage, some snacks and great temperatures. It was difficult to leave but fortunately everyone was still on 4th of July weekend so traffic was very light :D
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Jul 03 2020
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Lost Dog to Adero Canyon MSP, AZ 
Lost Dog to Adero Canyon MSP, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 03 2020
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Hiking8.64 Miles 1,974 AEG
Hiking8.64 Miles   3 Hrs   43 Mns   2.55 mph
1,974 ft AEG      20 Mns Break
 
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Started from Lost Dog TH over to Sunrise Peak with short break. Then down Andrew Kinsey to Western Loop trail. It's a switchback climb up and over Western Loop down to Promenade Trail. Took that trail back to Adero Canyon TH which is not open because of construction but we walked the 1 mile dirt road to the pavement and sudo parking. Of course it was hot out there but it builds character or something like that :sweat:
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Jul 02 2020
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Peak 2429 East Loop, AZ 
Peak 2429 East Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 02 2020
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Hiking6.42 Miles 1,430 AEG
Hiking6.42 Miles   2 Hrs   39 Mns   2.50 mph
1,430 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
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After work hike up Peak 2429 and down the east side back to north 32nd St.
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