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Oct 21 2017
The_N
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33 male
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 Payson, AZ
Mount Ord from Slate Creek THPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 21 2017
The_N
Hiking14.88 Miles 3,984 AEG
Hiking14.88 Miles   5 Hrs   27 Mns   2.81 mph
3,984 ft AEG      9 Mns Break
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LindaAnn
This was a good choice for an evening exercise hike. No views to be had during the day anyway. We spooked a couple deer as we got started. Worked our way up as the sun set through the smokey orange glow. Weather was perefct. Slight breeze and pockets of cold air spilling down the drainages. We passed a rather inviting looking camp fire near the top, but never encountered a human all night. After a quick look from the summit, we headed back down, through more deer and several sets of eyeballs glowing in our headlamps. Near the bottom, a meteor flashed like lightning and left a nice trail in the night sky, which was a nice way to end the evening.
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Oct 17 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Goat Hill via Lost Mine, AZ 
Goat Hill via Lost Mine, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 17 2017
The_N
Hiking5.66 Miles 1,493 AEG
Hiking5.66 Miles   2 Hrs   27 Mns   2.34 mph
1,493 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
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LindaAnn
A good little out and back exercise hike. Lost Mine is my favorite in the area, for now. Plus Goat Hill! And no rattlers! If only it were a little cooler.
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Oct 14 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Highline-Horton-Turkey-Babe Loop, AZ 
Highline-Horton-Turkey-Babe Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 14 2017
The_N
Hiking16.69 Miles 3,551 AEG
Hiking16.69 Miles   8 Hrs   40 Mns   2.14 mph
3,551 ft AEG      51 Mns Break
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We started this loop from the Hatchery TH and headed East on Highline. A brisk mid-40's in the shade, but warmed up quickly on the sunny Highline. We were passed by a dog with a tracking collar going East, as well. Then 2 more going West. One of them followed us to Horton Spring. We took a snack break and continued up Horton Springs #292, the pooch followed. She was friendly until this point. About halfway up, we heard yelling from below followed by a series of shocks sent through the dogs collar. The distressed & exhausted dog turned on us and bit Linda's thigh. More of a warning bite, but broke skin. The dog then lunged at Linda with force and I intercepted with a trekking pole into it's mouth, and held it back while Linda got away. It's bite was forceful enough that it lost a tooth on my trekking pole. I stayed in between them and attempted to get some separation. With the dog still pursuing us, I fired a warning shot to scare it away, and hopefully let the onwers know they need to come up the trail and get their dog. This is not the trail to have a tussle with a damn dog on. It's steep with sections of loose tread. Bleeding from the mouth and paw, the dog gave up and layed down in some shade. We continued up and into the peace and quiet of the Turkey Beaver Wildlife Area. Almost immediately we encountered a dozen elk. We wandered a bit and did some leaf peepin'. Exited onto some FR's and then down into Gentry Canyon after a lunch break. We watched a Pronghorn leap through the pines. Followed by a healthy looking coyote. The reds and oranges got better as we traveled West. We took FR115 South a bit before meeting Gen Crook. We attempted to follow it to Babe Haught, and did fairly well. It's mostly gone, with one nice stretch and a few blazed trees. We hit the Babe Haight junction and cruised on down to the TH. Enjoying the view of Rim Country fall along the way down. Irresponsible dog owners aside, it turned out to be a great day, overall. We enjoyed the sights of fall on the rim and a perefect day of weather. Plenty of off-trail and a crunchy carpet of mutli-colored leaves always makes for good tread.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Moderate
Moderate to substantial, depending on location. Aspens were popping. Great leaf litter.
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Oct 11 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Lost Mine-National-Pyramid loop, AZ 
Lost Mine-National-Pyramid loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 11 2017
The_N
Hiking7.20 Miles 1,737 AEG
Hiking7.20 Miles   3 Hrs   1 Min   2.44 mph
1,737 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
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Met at Pyramid TH for an evening exercise stroll. Darkness falls quick. Lost Mine is a treat. First time going up and I liked it. Tons of wildlife including a ringtail and a speckled rattler. This was a fun one!
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Oct 09 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Corona LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 09 2017
The_N
Hiking6.08 Miles 1,484 AEG
Hiking6.08 Miles   2 Hrs   29 Mns   2.52 mph
1,484 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
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LindaAnn
Hit one of our regular loops for some evening exercise. Headlamps on at the first wash. Had the trails all to ourselves. Temps were amazingly cool and accompanied by a breeze.
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Oct 08 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Ramsey PeakTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 08 2017
The_N
Hiking13.20 Miles 3,907 AEG
Hiking13.20 Miles   7 Hrs   11 Mns   2.12 mph
3,907 ft AEG      57 Mns Break
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This one's been on the radar since our last Hauchuca visit, so we recruited a few good folks who wanted to make the trip, as well. Kelly, Dallin and Alex all joined. The initial descent down Comfort Springs allows for that dramatic view of Ramsey, and its sharp contrast of green spilling over white cliffs. Carr Peak had some fall color but once we were down in the canyons, it was mostly green with a light flow in the creeks. Pat Scott Trail was new for me. It's a nice one. Lush canyon walking, mining history and then open views as we approached the ridgeline. Crest Trail is always a treat with it's ridge walking, views and pine trees. The off-trail to the peak wasn't too bad. We stayed on the highest part of the ridge, which is rocky and has the most brush. After a summit lunch and some photo ops, we started back down. This time we stayed low and took the smuggler's route, which was an actual use path and stayed out of the brush. Once back on the ridge, we retraced our steps and cruised on down to the Comfort Springs junction for the home stretch and final uphill of the day. Great day to be in the Hauchuca's. Weather was perfect and enjoyable from start to finish. It was nice to get Dallin back, catch up with Alex and get in a nice hike with Kelly. Linda was good company, too. Overall, a great group and a Sunday well-spent.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Light

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Oct 07 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Little Guadalupe Loop, AZ 
Little Guadalupe Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Oct 07 2017
The_N
Hiking7.60 Miles 1,683 AEG
Hiking7.60 Miles   2 Hrs   43 Mns   2.87 mph
1,683 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
Early a.m. exercise loop in Dallin's stomping grounds. Started from 43rd Pl, which is now fenced off because the closure signs weren't working. The fence is equally as useless. Guadalupe Ridge is always enjoyable. Then some off-trail, Hidden Valley and a nice finish on Ridgeline. A few people on the trails but not too busy. Perfect weather and a good little loop to welcome Dallin back to SoMo.
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Oct 04 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Bees Knees LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 04 2017
The_N
Hiking6.62 Miles 1,726 AEG
Hiking6.62 Miles   2 Hrs   44 Mns   2.47 mph
1,726 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
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This was a new SoMo loop for me. Warmer this evening but not too bad. The brighness of the moon made contours visible at night, which I always like. I also enjoyed Bursera, nice little uphill on the backside. Great end to a long day.
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Oct 02 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Lost Camp LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 02 2017
The_N
Hiking5.36 Miles 1,401 AEG
Hiking5.36 Miles   2 Hrs   14 Mns   2.44 mph
1,401 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
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Fun little evening exercise hike. A good option given our later than usual start time. Temps were nice and cool. Coyotes watched us all the way up, where we were greeted by a breeze and a small rattler.
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Sep 30 2017
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Mingus Loop, AZ 
Mingus Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 30 2017
The_N
Hiking20.96 Miles 4,158 AEG
Hiking20.96 Miles   9 Hrs   13 Mns   2.56 mph
4,158 ft AEG   1 Hour   2 Mns Break
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This was a nice loop put together by Linda, that we had stashed away for a few weeks. Weather seemed perfect to give it a go this weekend, and it was. Temps still in the 50's at the start. Up Mingus #105 was an early treat. Lush vegetation, tall pines and patches of yellowing oak, all the way to the top. The piles of bear scat got larger and fresher as we climbed, but no Yogi sightings. After topping out, we checked out the views, walked up to the tower and turned around. We started down Gaddes and lunched in some shade at the junction with Gaddes Two. This was a scenic & shaded canyon. The trail was loaded with acorns and even more bear scat. The creek was bone dry aside from a couple of stagnant pools. The road walk was next. Sun exposed, but a steady breeze kept conditions very comfy. Great views and no traffic made it an enjoyable road walk. We veered onto Viewpoint and continued on to #105A as we climbed back up to the junction with #105, which we took back down to the TH. We both agreed that #105 was the favorite trail of the day, so it was nice to start and finish the day with. Overall, another great day in the mountains.
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Sep 28 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Corona LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 28 2017
The_N
Hiking7.80 Miles 1,579 AEG
Hiking7.80 Miles   3 Hrs   1 Min   2.63 mph
1,579 ft AEG      3 Mns Break
 
Went for a evening exercise stroll and had the trails to ourselves. Cooler temps and a nice breeze made for great hiking conditions. The snakes enjoyed it as well. We spotted 2 rattlers as we headed up Corona East. Hit the old lookout, saw some new graffiti, and finished out the loop.
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Sep 23 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Gold Ridge - Mount Peeley, AZ 
Gold Ridge - Mount Peeley, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 23 2017
The_N
Hiking23.88 Miles 6,289 AEG
Hiking23.88 Miles   7 Hrs   51 Mns   3.10 mph
6,289 ft AEG      9 Mns Break
 
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I knew it would be a great day to summit Peeley, that was the goal. I also knew it would be a great day to get some decent milage in the Mazzies. I started from Deer Creek TH and took Gold Ridge up. Always a great workout with 1800ft gained in the first 3 miles. Great tread, well-maintained and awesome views along Gold Ridge. Then it was FR3348 to FR201 to Peeley TH at mile 9. I passed 3 runners trotting down 201, that was it for human sightings. Continued up Peeley to the summit for a quick breather and views. Wind wasn't bad, just enough to get cool and dry. Started back down and was cruising. The gradual uphill once back on FR201 was enjoyable, and broke up the downhill sections. Made a side trip down to Pigeon Spring to grab a liter. There's a well-worn game trail that leads right to it. Finished off the downhill strong and arrived at the TH having achieved my goal of finishing in 8 hours or less. There were 4 cars at Deer Creek TH and 2 at Peeley TH (1 Haz ride) but I didn't see any other hikers all day. I enjoyed this day. Great weather at all elevations. Finally some cooler temps in the Mazzies.
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Mount Peeley Pigeon Spring
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Autumn Foliage Observation Isolated
Oak near Peeley summit have started to yellow.

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Spring box was full. Water was a lot better than it looked on the surface.
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Sep 21 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Little Guadalupe Loop, AZ 
Little Guadalupe Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 21 2017
The_N
Hiking7.22 Miles 1,583 AEG
Hiking7.22 Miles   2 Hrs   7 Mns   3.41 mph
1,583 ft AEG
 
Great little exercise loop. Started at about 7:15am. It was sunny but never hot. Enjoyable in today's breeze. Saw a couple people on National and a couple more on Ridgeline, otherwise very quiet on the trails. I've recently discovered that walking in the sandy washes is my least favorite part of these SoMo hikes. Uncomfortable with big feet. The back half of this loop went by quickly and I was back at the TH in no time.
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Sep 21 2017
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 Payson, AZ
Telegraph to Old Holbert Lookout, AZ 
Telegraph to Old Holbert Lookout, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 21 2017
The_N
Hiking8.25 Miles 1,539 AEG
Hiking8.25 Miles   3 Hrs   11 Mns   2.75 mph
1,539 ft AEG      11 Mns Break
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Very enjoyable night hike that invloved some new territory for me. Also my 2nd SoMo hike of the day. Evening temps were nice and accompanied by a great breeze. We saw a few people on Telegraph, but nobody else beyond that. This stretch of National was new for me, and stayed close to the road, which was busy. It was worth it once we reached the lookout, which I totally underestimated. I like this spot. No people, very dark and great panoramic views of the city. We enjoyed the lights for a moment then scooted on down the mountain, hungrier than a couple of hostages. Very pleasant evening stroll with the cooler weather.
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Sep 17 2017
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Apache Peaks & Richmond Basin, AZ 
Apache Peaks & Richmond Basin, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 17 2017
The_N
Hiking12.02 Miles 3,195 AEG
Hiking12.02 Miles   9 Hrs   7 Mns   1.62 mph
3,195 ft AEG   1 Hour   43 Mns Break
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Feeling adventurous, we decided to tackle an off-trail peak or two this weekend. We started from a lonely FR junction (200/200A) and followed faint remnants of a road briefly before heading straight up. I actually wore pants, glad I did. The trek starts off rather easy. Game trails led us to where the real bushwacking begins. Passages through brush were usually blocked by cacti, which was ever present throughout. We skirted the cliff band and found a densely vegetated chute to reach the false summit. By the time we reached the saddle, we weren't thrilled about taking that route back down, so we decided to follow the ridgeline and accompanying peaks, and make a loop. We hit 6940 first and lunched with a nice view. The tops of these peaks are cholla forests. Back down to the saddle to start our ridge walk, passing hill 6601, while eyeing 6682, unsure of what kind of descent awaited on the backside. That was the case with all of these peaks, really. Plenty of bear scat below 6682. Really brushy on that backside, but as long as we weren't cliffed out, we were moving forward. We continued to push through the brush, passed 6326, and got a squared up view of 6188. We saved the toughest peak for last. The top of 6188 is a series of 3 rock ledges. Navigating up and over them was fun. Footing wasn't the best, these rocks are loose and crumbling, but plenty of hand/foot holds. The descent from 6188 was slow going. A steep field of loose scree stood between us and our return to the ridgeline. We made it down safely, happy to be back in the brush, knowing the last major obstacle was behind us. Following the ridge/fenceline, we ended up back on the FR and returned to the vehcile. After grabbing a little water, we footed it on down FR200 to tour some mining history. Saw some holes in the ground, a few collapsed structures, and whole lot of rusted debris scattered throughout. Views from the peaks and ridgeline were incredible all day. As expected for Central AZ. The haze seems to have died down a bit. Weather was just about perfect. Although a little toasty due to the lack of shade anywhere on this mountain. I enjoyed this one. Tough enough to pose challenges, without being terribly uncomfortable. Definitely a worthy destination for someone seeking an adventurous trek.
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Sep 14 2017
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Lost Ranch Ruins-National-Pyramid loop, AZ 
Lost Ranch Ruins-National-Pyramid loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 14 2017
The_N
Hiking8.08 Miles 1,839 AEG
Hiking8.08 Miles   3 Hrs   24 Mns   2.45 mph
1,839 ft AEG      6 Mns Break
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Good night hike with some awesome weather. Cooler temps and a breeze made this one extra enjoyable. First time on Lost Ranch Ruins, for me. It's nice to have my own personal SoMo historian to hike with. It got dark quickly, headlamp batteries got exhausted this night. We took National to Goat Hill, where I always enjoy the nighttime views. We cruised on down Pyramid back to the TH. No snakes tonight, but tons of scorpions, spiders, mice and other small critters.
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Sep 09 2017
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Icehouse-Sixshooter Loop, AZ 
Icehouse-Sixshooter Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 09 2017
The_N
Hiking14.29 Miles 4,317 AEG
Hiking14.29 Miles   7 Hrs   4 Mns   2.29 mph
4,317 ft AEG      50 Mns Break
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This was a well-timed trip to the Pinals. There must've been significant rain the night before. Many roads in Globe were washed out and muddy in the a.m. It was a cool and damp start to the hike. The cloud coverage not only kept us cool, but allowed the many shades of green and colorful contrasts of burn areas to be appreciated.

The lower, manzy-lands of Icehouse were burned, but filling in with green already. The pine forest in the middle had signs of a lower intensity burn. Trees were dying, but not scortched to the top, like we saw in the Ancha a week ago. The upper reaches of Icehouse were pristine. A green tunnel of old growth, that oughta put on a nice show of fall colors. Great tread and nicely graded. We hit the high points on Signal and Pinal and enjoyed the hazy views. Climbed a ladder up a rock for views above the canopy, and started back down. Ferndell was a lush and scenic connector.

Sixshooter showed burn scars in about the lower 3/4. Again, fairly mild and mostly ground fuel that was lost. No deadfall to jump over and the trail remains easy to follow. At about halfway down we encountered a few washed out, rock slide stretches of trail. Only one that required careful attention. Rocky in the lower portion once back in the manzy. The sun peeked out for a few minutes, but otherwise perfect weather all day, temps in the 60s at start and on top. Suprised to see this place so empty on a nice day. Saw a couple deer and 1 fellow hiker. Turned out to be a great day!
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Sep 07 2017
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Hidden Valley via Mormon TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 07 2017
The_N
Hiking4.02 Miles 963 AEG
Hiking4.02 Miles   1 Hour   35 Mns   2.57 mph
963 ft AEG      1 Min Break
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Just a quick trip to play around in the dust bowl. After a speedy climb up Mormon, we noticed the wall of dust peeking over the mountain tops. Hidden Valley quickly became hidden. Lightning followed. We continued on while debating when to turn around. The rattlesnake heading for higher ground should've been enough of a warning. We checked the radar and saw what was coming, so we went back, storm on our tail. We made it back to the TH before a light rain and some really close lightning arrived, dodging one more rattler on the way, just to make sure we weren't in too big of a hurry.
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Sep 06 2017
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North Mountain - PhoenixPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 06 2017
The_N
Hiking2.80 Miles 1,200 AEG
Hiking2.80 Miles
1,200 ft AEG
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Mornings are getting cooler. Lots of people out on the outdoor treadmill.
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Sep 04 2017
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Corona-Guadalupe Ridge-Hidden Valley loop, AZ 
Corona-Guadalupe Ridge-Hidden Valley loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 04 2017
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Hiking9.63 Miles 2,019 AEG
Hiking9.63 Miles   3 Hrs   46 Mns   2.61 mph
2,019 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
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Great loop that involved some new areas of SoMo for me. After a nice little sweat inducing climb up Corona on a muggy a.m., Guadalupe Ridge is a winner. Enjoyed the large boulders and the use of hands in a few spots. Nice change of pace. I liked the wash area that we used to connect to Hidden Valley, as well. It's usually dark when I pass through here, so seeing everything in daylight was new. There were a few other hikers and mountain bikers, but no snakes. Linda definitely picked a good one. This was a fun loop.
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