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Jan 25 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
National Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 25 2020
astrobrewer
Hiking16.19 Miles 2,918 AEG
Hiking16.19 Miles   5 Hrs   50 Mns   2.88 mph
2,918 ft AEG      13 Mns Break
 
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2020 National Trail Trek. Almost missed it. I set my alarm for 4:00 and went to bed early. The dogs woke me up wanting to go out less than an hour after I initially feel asleep. I let them out and went back to bed. A couple hours later they had to go out again. Probably a result of getting into the trash earlier in the day. This time my sweetie let them out since she knew I had to be up extra early. At some point I woke up and saw that it was nearly 5am. Stupid alarm was set for 4:00pm not 4:00am. Oops :(

Anyway, I got to South Mountain a few minutes after 6:00, checked in, and got in line for the buses to the trail head. I just made the cut for the first bus, which I took as a good omen.

It was chilly at the start, but warmed up once the sun was up high enough. I kept up a fast pace (at least for this old guy), and only made a few stops. First stop was at Buena Vista Lookout. Phoenix parks had snacks and porta potties there. I took off the long sleeve shirt there and got right back to hiking. I considered skipping the lunch stop at Holbert Lookout's, but I'm glad I didn't. I needed those calories to finish the hike.

Still feeling great at Telegraph Pass, but the climb after that kicked my butt. I had to stop and rest at the top of the hill and guzzle s bottle of Gatorade before I was ready to continue. I was very happy when I got to the road crossing knowing that there was less than two miles of relatively level trail to go. Snapped a couple of pictures at the finish and then hoped in a van that had an empty seat.

What fun! Last year I was very sore afterwards because I hadn't been hiking at all before the Trek. This year I've been hiking every week and I expect to be much better. I finished a lot quicker, and thanks to my new boots had fewer blisters (why not none I don't know).

Thanks Phoenix Parks for putting on this excellent event! Looking forward to doing it again next year.
Flora
Flora
Saguaro
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Chinese Wall
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Jan 18 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
Alta - Bajada LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 18 2020
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Hiking10.60 Miles 2,091 AEG
Hiking10.60 Miles   5 Hrs   12 Mns   2.28 mph
2,091 ft AEG      33 Mns Break
 
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It's been four years since I last did the Alta Bajada loop. I was in the area for the NTT shirt pick up anyway. Last time I did Bajada first, this time I did Alta first. It was a cool morning but warm in the sun. I saw the created saguaro this time. I missed it last time -- it's a lot more obvious going this direction. Stopped off at the top of Maricopa Peak to check out the view and rest a bit after the climb. Then back along Bajada which was a lot more tiring than going the other way around. All in all a good day on the trail.
Flora
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Saguaro - Crested
Culture
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Reference Mark
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Maricopa Peak
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Jan 12 2020
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 Phoenix, AZ
Pyramid to Goat HillPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 12 2020
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Hiking7.62 Miles 1,816 AEG
Hiking7.62 Miles   2 Hrs   47 Mns   2.75 mph
1,816 ft AEG      1 Min Break
 
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Spent most of the day driving back from LA, but got home with enough daylight for a home. I was going to just do a quick one up the pyramid trail and back, but ended up keeping going. By the time I got to goat hill the sun was just barely above the éstrellas so I took eliminator back down. It was getting dark by the time I made it down, but still enough light to see. As I walked through the wash I looked up and saw a coyote checking me out from above. I said "hi, coyote" and he took off. It was pretty cool.
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Jan 04 2020
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Picketpost Mountain SummitGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 04 2020
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Hiking6.16 Miles 2,374 AEG
Hiking6.16 Miles   5 Hrs   29 Mns   1.27 mph
2,374 ft AEG      37 Mns Break
 
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This hike had been on my wish list for ages. It was more challenging than I expected, but the view from the top was so worth it. I will do this one again now that I know what to expect, and next time I should be able to avoid some of the tricky spots I found myself in. There were lots of people on the trail. Had to wait for the crowd to clear out a bit to get to the bench and mailbox.

There was some water flowing down the mountain. I guess left over from the December rain. I was surprised to see that there were puddles even on the plateau at the top, and the trail was wet and muddy.

It was chilly in the morning, and we were in the shade almost to the top. Once in the sun it was nice and warm. A great day for a great hike!
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Picketpost Mountain
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Jan 01 2020
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Bursera Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 01 2020
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Hiking6.04 Miles 1,168 AEG
Hiking6.04 Miles   2 Hrs   2 Mns   2.97 mph
1,168 ft AEG
 
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Happy New Year! Lots of people out on the trail today. Took the Bursera Trail out and there Gila Trail back.
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Dec 29 2019
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Bursera Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 29 2019
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Hiking3.81 Miles 717 AEG
Hiking3.81 Miles   1 Hour   29 Mns   2.63 mph
717 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
 
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Late afternoon hike to get the blood flowing. It was a fairly cool day. A fair number of people were out and about. A couple started just ahead of me. They were a little faster than I was, but they stopped periodically and I ended up staying close. Annoyingly they were carrying a radio and were blasting a football game loudly. About 2/3 of the way up the hill they stopped to rest and I passed them. After that I picked up the pace and I was motivated to stay far enough ahead of them so I wouldn't have to hear their radio.

I took the connecting trail down to the Gila Trail for the return. Happily I saw (and heard) nobody at all the back. I celebrated with a selfie at dusk.

Update: This time there were only a couple of elevation drop outs in the RS GPS track. Last time I was listening to podcasts during the hike which may have contributed to the GPS elevation issue, and this time I didn't. Or maybe the elevation drop outs could be when I took pictures with my phone.
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HAZ - Selfie
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Dec 28 2019
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Pyramid Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 28 2019
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Hiking6.80 Miles 1,523 AEG
Hiking6.80 Miles   2 Hrs   34 Mns   2.65 mph
1,523 ft AEG
 
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I've been wanting to get out but a cold and rainy weather kept me in. Finally felt up to a hike today. It was cold and windy, but it felt good to get out.

Edit: The Route Scout GPS track has a bunch of altitude "drop outs" where it drops to values at or below the starting altitude for seconds to minutes at at time. It's probably an issue with my phone (which has had other issues lately) and not the RS app. I imported the GPS track logged by my fitbit and it has good altitude data. It seems that this trip log entry is now magically linked to the fitbit track instead of the RS track, which is good, and the AEG reported is reasonable. Now I just have to figure out how to delete the RS track.
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Dec 07 2019
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Pyramid Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 07 2019
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Hiking4.54 Miles 6,288 AEG
Hiking4.54 Miles   1 Hour   45 Mns   2.59 mph
6,288 ft AEG
 
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Up and back. Nice cool day made it very pleasant. Lots of people out hiking this morning.

My phone was giving me problems all morning. You can see the altitude is doing funny stuff on my GPS track. When I got back to the car I forgot to stop tracking in Route Scout. Oops. I pulled over after about 3/4 mile and stopped tracking. After getting home I saw the option to delete drive out on the app and tried that, but it deleted a good portion of the hike too :( . So I posted the full track and figured I could edit later. After a lot of frustration I eventually figured out how to edit the track and fixed it. Back in the day it was as easy as loading the track from the route cloud and I wasted a bunch of time before I figured out that this just wasn't going to happen. Anyway, I finally worked it out. Whew!
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Dec 01 2019
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Pyramid Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 01 2019
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Hiking4.34 Miles 1,048 AEG
Hiking4.34 Miles   1 Hour   55 Mns   2.28 mph
1,048 ft AEG      1 Min Break
 
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Haven't been doing enough hiking lately. Too busy taking care of things that can't wait. Hiked to top of pyramid and back to start getting in shape for NTT which is less than 2 months away. I have a long way to go 😬. It was a beautiful day. Cool, clear, and sunny. Could easily see Picacho Peak from the top as well as Tabletop. The parking at the trail head was full, but luckily the trail was not crowded. A good warm up hike.
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Nov 24 2019
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Bowen TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 24 2019
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Hiking4.26 Miles 556 AEG
Hiking4.26 Miles   1 Hour   56 Mns   2.24 mph
556 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
 
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Hiked the Bowen Trail to the Bowen Stone House, then took the Hidden Canyon Trail loop on the way back. Tucson Mountain Park is really beautiful. That's all I can say.
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Nov 23 2019
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Hidden Canyon - Tucson Mtn Park Arizona, AZ 
Hidden Canyon - Tucson Mtn Park Arizona, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 23 2019
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Hiking2.49 Miles 398 AEG
Hiking2.49 Miles   1 Hour   42 Mns   1.62 mph
398 ft AEG      10 Mns Break
 
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Stayed at the Start Pass resort for the weekend and this was thought at our doorstep. This area is beautiful with forests of saguaros everywhere. Too a leisurely hike on this pretty trail mid day and didn't run into many people.
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Apr 11 2019
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Pyramid Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 11 2019
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Hiking3.20 Miles 1,350 AEG
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1,350 ft AEG
 
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I got out of work early for a dentist appointment and decided to go for a quick hike up the Pyramid trail. Not many people out. Saw another little orange snake, this time about a third of the way up the hill.
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Apr 07 2019
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Pyramid Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
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Hiking avatar Apr 07 2019
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Hiking4.20 Miles 1,054 AEG
Hiking4.20 Miles   1 Hour   46 Mns   2.38 mph
1,054 ft AEG
 
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I was planning to take a quick hike up the Pyramid Trail and get to the top in time to watch the sun set. But I lost track of the time and got a late start. I got to the trailhead just a few minutes before sunset. The trail was in shadow from the start, but it was still bright out at the beginning. I saw a little reddish-orange snake a few minutes into the hike and this time I managed to get a picture. By the time I made it to the top of the hill it was getting pretty dark. I snapped a couple quick pictures, strapped on the headlamp, and hightailed it back down. There was just a new moon which didn't make much light, so I had to use the headlamp to see anything. It was a little spooky with the sound of coyotes and owls. Also the headlamp gives tunnel vision restricted to just where it is shining, and the little grasshoppers that were easy to ignore in daylight made shadows that constantly streaked back and forth through my light beam. After endless switch backs I was very happy to get back to level ground where I could relax and not worry about falling to my death. A few minutes out from the trailhead I passed another hiker with a flashlight going the opposite direction. It was a woman and she said that she was glad to see that she wasn't the only crazy person out on the trail. Night hiking is fun!
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Mount Suappoa
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Apr 06 2019
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Pyramid Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 06 2019
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Hiking3.20 Miles 1,350 AEG
Hiking3.20 Miles
1,350 ft AEG
 
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After a long hiking hiatus I finally made it out again. Decided to hike up the Pyramid Trail to break in my new hiking boots. Saw a decent size garter snake just before the start of the climb portion of the trail. He ducked under a bush. I saw him, but when I moved in closer he slipped away before I could snap his picture. The creosote were covered with yellow flowers and little fuzzy puff balls, and the hedgehog cactus had brilliant purple blooms all along the trail. The hike started out sunny, but the little fluffy clouds shaded the hill while I was climbing which was nice. The clouds moved away again and left me in the sun once I got down from the hill. Perfect timing.
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Creosote were in bloom as were the hedgehog cactus.
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Jan 19 2019
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National Trail - South MountainPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 19 2019
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Hiking15.95 Miles 2,859 AEG
Hiking15.95 Miles   7 Hrs   18 Mns   2.27 mph
2,859 ft AEG      16 Mns Break
 
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National Trail Trek 2019. This was fun and well organized. The parks folks provided coffee and breakfast at the parking lot before the start which was great since it was dark and cold. They also had a nice lunch near the half way point and free massages at the finish. I'm definitely going to do this one every year going forward. I had hiked all segments of the National Trail in the past, but never the full trail end to end because of the logistics and distance between the two ends. The NTT provided the transportation which made it easy.
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Jun 02 2018
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Santa Ynez Canyon TrailLos Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Hiking avatar Jun 02 2018
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Hiking10.16 Miles 2,038 AEG
Hiking10.16 Miles   3 Hrs   51 Mns   2.64 mph
2,038 ft AEG
 
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As usual the bottom of the Santa Ynez Canyon trail was very shady and cool. The tall grasses and plants were encroaching on the trail in places, but it was still easily passable. Also there was lots and lots of poison oak growing in the shade all over the bottom of the canyon. I definitely kept my eyes down on the trail as I was walking instead of looking all around because I didn't want to accidentally step off the trail and end up in the poison oak. It was a relief when I got to the switchback that starts the climb out of the canyon and into the sunny trail up the ridge. Lots of lizards all over the place. Also lots of butterflies which seemed to be attracted to my day-glo yellow HAZ shirt. The bright HAZ shirt also got comments from some of the hikers I passed ("Hey Arizona!" "Grand Canyon!" and "Camelback!").

After getting up to Trippet Ranch I decided follow the East Topanga Fire Road back towards the South for a couple of miles towards the Parker Mesa Overlook. This was the last major trail section in the area that I hadn't hiked, and now I can check that off. The fire road was not very exciting and had quite a few people since it was a nice day. I followed the fire road to the junction to the spur that goes to the Overlook, then I turned back. I thought about going to the Overlook, but it was a bit hazy and the view wouldn't have been very special so I skipped it. On the way back I turned off the fire road at the interpretive nature trail near Trippet Ranch. A California King Snake crossed the trail and disappeared into the underbrush before I could snap a picture with my phone.

All in all a great day for hiking. It was pleasantly cool with an occasional breeze. Lots of different plants in bloom.
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May 05 2018
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Paseo Miramar Trail to Parker OverlookLos Angeles, AZ
Los Angeles, AZ
Hiking avatar May 05 2018
astrobrewer
Hiking7.84 Miles 1,904 AEG
Hiking7.84 Miles   2 Hrs   53 Mns   2.75 mph
1,904 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
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No parking available on Paseo Miramar so I parked at Los Liones instead. It wasn't all that hot a day, but it felt hot in the sun. Lots of people out hiking. Starting at Los Liones added about 1.5 miles each way to the hike, but it's a pretty trail from Los Liones to Paseo Mirimar so that was ok. From there on the trail is really a fire road and it is wide and smooth. There are some single track trails that run parallel to the dirt road, but they tend to be a lot steeper. I took a couple of these for fun. The trail goes up and up before finally reaching the plateau with the overlook. At the overlook there are a couple of benches to rest on. The overlook has an amazing panoramic view of the Santa Monica bay. It was slightly hazy, but still awesome.
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Apr 01 2018
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Gila-NoName-Natl-Pyramid Loop, AZ 
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Hiking avatar Apr 01 2018
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Hiking8.65 Miles 1,907 AEG
Hiking8.65 Miles   3 Hrs   52 Mns   2.37 mph
1,907 ft AEG      13 Mns Break
 
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I started on the Pyramid Trail, and considered taking Bursera, but instead stayed on Pyramid and headed up the wash towards the Lost Ranch. Then I took the Gila Trail up to the saddle and instead of dropping down to the West on Gila I took the no-name trail that heads to the North. This is my second time on the no-name trail and it has definitely become one of my favorite places on South Mountain. After a steep climb the trail ends up on a very pretty area below and to the South of the National Trail. This trail runs into the Lost Ranch trail, and a took that up to National. From there I followed National to Goat Hill and then returned on Pyramid. It was a warm day, but in the afternoon a breeze picked up and made it nice.
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Feb 23 2018
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Hunter Trail - Picacho PeakTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 23 2018
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Hiking7.34 Miles 2,956 AEG
Hiking7.34 Miles   5 Hrs   31 Mns   1.50 mph
2,956 ft AEG      38 Mns Break
 
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A cool and breezy Friday was perfect for a trek up Picacho. My hiking buddy and I parked at the Hunter Trail lot and took Hunter to the top, descended via Sunset Vista trail, and followed the road back to the car to close the loop. The air was cool, but most of the trail was sheltered from the wind and it felt warm in the sun. There were a few exposed spots along the trail where the wind picked up and it felt quite cool. But at the top the breeze was very light and pleasant. Not very many people on the trail which was nice. This is my second time on Picacho and I forgot how crazy steep it is on the mountain. The level part of Sunset Vista was very wAelcomd after all the steep up and down, and the Saguaro forest on the West side of Picacho is beautiful. Another great day of hiking.

Note that the GPS position in the route that I posted is way off for places where the trail hugs the mountain. Specifically where the Hunter trail hugs the cliff and along the wire ropes in the descent right after the saddle.
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Feb 17 2018
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Temescal Backbone Loop, CA 
Temescal Backbone Loop, CA
 
Hiking avatar Feb 17 2018
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Hiking12.95 Miles 3,028 AEG
Hiking12.95 Miles   6 Hrs   14 Mns   2.22 mph
3,028 ft AEG      24 Mns Break
 
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Beautiful day for a hike. Sunny and clear, but air temperature was cool. Got to the top of Goat Peak, signed the summit log and continued on. At the junction with the Backbone trail I turned left and continued North. This was my first time on this section of the Backbone, and it was a nice walk. Much easier than the ridge line trail I came from. Eventually the trail turned westward toward the Hub Junction. Luckily there was a trail sign because the trail goes exactly away from the Hub and goes around a hill. Just before getting to the Temescal fire road it goes past Temescal Peak. I followed the overgrown path to the top where I rested and took a couple pictures. On my way back to the trail I was startled by a very pissed off rattlesnake in the underbrush. I thought about waiting him out, but he wasn't going anywhere and there was no way around him. I back tracked up towards the peak and found a way down that wasn't too impossible, but required a fair amount of bush whacking. I had no idea where I was going and I was poking every bush with my trekking poles to alert any nearby snakes. Then I saw two people walking the main trail right in front of me and I made it out. Long walk back from there and my legs were feeling it. A great day.
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