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Oct 09 2021
markthurman53
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 Tucson, Arizona
Sand Dunes NP Overlook Trail, CO 
Sand Dunes NP Overlook Trail, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 09 2021
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Hiking2.10 Miles 328 AEG
Hiking2.10 Miles   1 Hour   9 Mns   1.83 mph
328 ft AEG
 
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On the second day at the Great Sand Dune National Park we took the 4WD road along the east side of the park that leads up to Medano Pass in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. We went in a little way to where the sand got really deep and recommended deflating tires to 15 PSI, I didn’t want to do that so we stopped there. From the point of no Return on this 4WD road we took the Sand Ramp Trail to the Overlook Trail. The Sand Ramp Trail runs along the east and north side of the dune field. The overlook Trail ends on the edge of a ridge coming down from the Sangre De Cristo Mountains with great views over the dune field. This is an easy trail with great rewards.
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Oct 09 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Zapata Falls, CO 
Zapata Falls, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 09 2021
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Hiking1.29 Miles 235 AEG
Hiking1.29 Miles      50 Mns   1.55 mph
235 ft AEG
 
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After the Overlook Trail left the park and about 10 miles south of the Park is the Zapata Falls Trail. This is a great 1 mile round trip hike to a falls. The first .4 miles is a gradual uphill trek to the creek, then .1 miles along the creek to the falls. The upper falls can be hard to see without getting your feet wet but on this trip the water was low enough that with a little bit of rock hopping it was visible. If you travel to the Great Sand Dunes National Park Zapata Falls is a must see side trip. If you have the time Zapata Lake is a 4 mile hike up in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains.
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Oct 08 2021
markthurman53
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 Tucson, Arizona
Sand Dunes NP High Point, CO 
Sand Dunes NP High Point, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 08 2021
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Hiking3.14 Miles 704 AEG
Hiking3.14 Miles   2 Hrs   34 Mns   1.29 mph
704 ft AEG      8 Mns Break
 
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Hiking to the high dune is probably one of my favorite hikes on this trip; second only to the ride in the combine I had earlier on this trip. This is a grueling 3 mile round trip up a 600 foot sand dune. I think it compares to the Incline at Colorado Springs except easier on knee joints. The views all along this trail are spectacular, Blanca Peak (14400) to the Southeast and the Sangre De Cristo Mountains to the North and East. The wind was blowing pretty good as we approached the peak, previous tracks were covered up pretty fast. Coming down was easy, just head down hill toward the start point. This hike is a bit easier if you do it just after a rain, the sand is a little more packed. The Great Sand Dune National Park is up there in the top 5 parks I have been to, It is really different and not a lot of people.
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Oct 07 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Garden of the Gods Balanced Rock Loop, CO 
Garden of the Gods Balanced Rock Loop, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 07 2021
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Hiking1.98 Miles 286 AEG
Hiking1.98 Miles   1 Hour   8 Mns   1.80 mph
286 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
 
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After the Pikes Peak hike we stopped at the Garden of the Gods Trading Post and started the Balanced Rock Trail from there. Balanced rock is worth seeing and can be seen from the park road but parking is limited. Parking at the Trading post is usually available and hiking to the balanced rock and the Siamese Twins is only a 2 mile hike along well groomed trails.
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Oct 07 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Pikes Peak Almost, CO 
Pikes Peak Almost, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 07 2021
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Hiking4.28 Miles 685 AEG
Hiking4.28 Miles   2 Hrs   44 Mns   1.62 mph
685 ft AEG      5 Mns Break
 
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We started the drive up to pikes Peak early in the morning ($15.00 per person), Park opens at nine. At this time they were only allowing travel up to mile 16 of the 19 mile drive. At mile 16 we decided to hike toward Pikes Peak not really intending to go all the way up so I didn’t put on my hiking boots. The going was easier than I thought for being at 13000 feet and we made it to a point just below the peak about 600 feet where the snow/ice covered the trail. We turned around at this point because sneakers don’t do good on ice. Beautiful hike all along the crest toward the peak. The weather was perfect, a lot better than the last time I was at the peak with clouds/fog, 13 degrees and 40MPH+ winds, grueling.
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Oct 06 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Garden of the Gods Loop, CO 
Garden of the Gods Loop, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 06 2021
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Hiking4.06 Miles 427 AEG
Hiking4.06 Miles   2 Hrs   6 Mns   1.96 mph
427 ft AEG      2 Mns Break
 
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Short loop hike around the Garden of the Gods. Paved trails along half this hike with well groomed dirt trails along the other half. I think the best time for this hike is at sunset or sun rise. This loop hike can be started from various points along the Loop drive. Garden of the Gods has no entrance fee, it is free to the public. The owner was a Quaker and when he passed he donated it to the state with 2 conditions, No fee was ever to be charged and no alcohol allowed.
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Oct 05 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Sprague Lake Loop, CO 
Sprague Lake Loop, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 05 2021
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Hiking1.45 Miles 60 AEG
Hiking1.45 Miles      53 Mns   1.67 mph
60 ft AEG      1 Min Break
 
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The second day of hiking I had big plans but I broke my hiking partner the day before, Knee issues. We took it easy today and hoped for a speedy recovery because we still had Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak and the Sand dunes scheduled over the next few days. The Sprague Lake trail is just below Bear Lake and is an easy 1.5 mile stroll along the lake. This hike is beautiful at sunrise and I imagine at sunset. My plans were to go on up to Bierstadt Lake but I could see Ginny was not in any condition to do anymore so we stopped here and drove around the rest of the park.
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Oct 05 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Tundra Nature TrailNortheast, CO
Northeast, CO
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Hiking1.00 Miles 260 AEG
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This was a short 1 mile round trip hike on the Tundra Trail along the park road over the Pass. At 12300 feet I could feel the elevation on this short uphill walk. Beautiful views from the peak. If you are traveling along the park road this is a good short hike to do if you don’t have a lot of time. Depending on the year the park road over the pass may be closed due to snow.
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Oct 05 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
High Point Visitor Center Trail RMNP, CO 
High Point Visitor Center Trail RMNP, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 05 2021
markthurman53
Hiking1.20 Miles 200 AEG
Hiking1.20 Miles   5 Hrs      0.24 mph
200 ft AEG
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This was a short 1.2 mile round trip hike at the visitor center along the park road over the Pass. At 12000 feet I could feel the elevation on this short uphill walk. This trail is a series of rock steps to the peak with Beautiful views. If you are traveling along the park road this is a good short hike to do if you don’t have a lot of time. Depending on the year the park road over the pass may be closed due to snow.
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Oct 04 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Bear Lake Loop, CO 
Bear Lake Loop, CO
 
Hiking avatar Oct 04 2021
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Hiking12.61 Miles 2,244 AEG
Hiking12.61 Miles   8 Hrs   36 Mns   1.53 mph
2,244 ft AEG      20 Mns Break
 
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Back in the west at Rocky Mountain National Park. The first day of hiking was around Bear Lake, to Loch Lake (The Loch), Lake of Glass, Haiyaha Lake, Dream Lake and return to Bear Lake. Beautiful scenery all along these trails and the Aspen were at Peak color change. There were plenty of others along the trail but not overcrowded. The higher elevation made the hiking a little more difficult but not bad since we were only around 10,000 feet. The weather was ideal and very little snow on the surrounding peaks except on north slopes. Looks like a late arrival for winter this year.

The trails were in good condition as usual in a park that has heavy usage. The trail from the Loch to Glass Lake was a little rockier with a lot of rock steps that made this section a little harder than the rest. I could spend another day or two in this area to hit some of the other trails near Bear Lake. At the time we went the park required reservations to enter the park, this supposedly ends on October 10.
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Sep 29 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Lower Tahquamenon Falls, MI 
Lower Tahquamenon Falls, MI
 
Hiking avatar Sep 29 2021
markthurman53
Hiking5.78 Miles 433 AEG
Hiking5.78 Miles   3 Hrs      1.93 mph
433 ft AEG
 
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I had been to Tahquamenon Falls about five years ago but didn’t make it to the lower falls. The lower falls are not as high as the upper falls and more of a series of water cascades but still impressive. Our plan was to hike the 4 mile trail from the lower falls to the upper along the river. Time only permitted us to do 2 miles before heading back. This was a very scenic trail along the river during the peak color change. Even though the trail was easy walking it was slow going because of all the stopping to gawk at the scenery. The upper peninsula of Michigan is beautiful and this is just one of the many places to hike. During the winter it looks like there are many trails for snow mobiles. Other than the amount of people at the upper and lower falls you definitely feel out in the wilderness in the Upper Peninsula.
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Sep 29 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Tahquamenon Falls, MI 
Tahquamenon Falls, MI
 
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Hiking1.85 Miles 210 AEG
Hiking1.85 Miles      59 Mns   1.88 mph
210 ft AEG
 
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After the Lower Tahquamenon Falls hike we drove to the upper falls. We had planned to walk the 4 miles from the lower to the upper falls but time did not permit for the 8 mile round trip hike. This was a pleasant and scenic walk around the Upper Tahquamenon Falls. Fall colors were at their peak making the views spectacular. The trails around the falls are either paved or wood plank with stairs. This area is a must stop anytime if on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan but during fall color change is the best time.

Our next stop is Colorado to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Hiking should be real good there. On our travels to Colorado while passing through Nebraska we stopped off at a farm where they were harvesting the corn and asked if we could checkout the combine, the farmer said no problem and asked if I wanted to go along for a ride. I know this isn’t about hiking but it was one of the most exciting things I did on this trip.
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Sep 27 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Brandywine Falls, OH 
Brandywine Falls, OH
 
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Hiking7.40 Miles 618 AEG
Hiking7.40 Miles   4 Hrs   8 Mns   1.79 mph
618 ft AEG
 
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On our return trip from Niagara Falls heading to Michigan we once again stopped at Cuyahoga National Park to hike this time to Brandywine Falls. This is a short .5 mile round trip hike to the falls but we strung together a few other trails to make this amore respectable hike. The Brandywine Gorge Loop was the most interesting section along this hike, the falls were very picturesque and a must see if in the area. The Stanford Trail to the old Stanford house was a nice stroll in the park but nothing outstanding. We followed along the Cuyahoga River and the old Ohio & Erie Canal to the Boston Mill area before turning around to head back.

The quarter mile trail to the falls is along a boarded walkway with steps but the rest of the trails were along dirt trails or gravel roadways/bike trails. Interstate 271 and 80 both pass over the Boston Mill area so you never feel out in the wilderness or away from background traffic noise. I can see why this is a favorite area for locals to get out and hike or bike.
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Sep 24 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
The Ledges Trail, OH 
The Ledges Trail, OH
 
Hiking avatar Sep 24 2021
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Hiking10.21 Miles 1,210 AEG
Hiking10.21 Miles   5 Hrs   6 Mns   2.10 mph
1,210 ft AEG      14 Mns Break
 
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We headed a little bit east of Arizona and Texas to Cuyahoga National Park Ohio. I had been to this park before in 2016 and thought I would hit it again to hike a few of the trails in the park. On this hike we did the Ledges Trail, Ledges Overlook, Pine Grove, Kendall Lake, Salt run and the Haskel Run Trail combining them in a multiloop hike. The Ledges Trail was by far the most interesting trail with its 30 to 50 foot sandstone cliffs. This is quite different from Arizona, Woods instead of forest, Moss covered rock cliffs and water everywhere (not counting Arizona this last monsoon season). Kendall Lake was a scenic loop around a small lake with geese. The rest of the trails were just a walk through the woods but interesting because it was so different from Arizona.

This hike was a great way to break up our travels to Niagara Falls. The fall colors were just starting but not quite at peak in Ohio. I consider this more of a stroll in the woods because the trails were well manicured and you never seemed very far from civilization and people. If you find yourself in the vicinity of Columbus Ohio head south a bit to Cuyahoga National Park for some hiking.
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Sep 06 2021
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 Tucson, Arizona
Colossal Cave Mountain Park, AZ 
Colossal Cave Mountain Park, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 06 2021
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Hiking5.83 Miles 308 AEG
Hiking5.83 Miles   2 Hrs   18 Mns   2.55 mph
308 ft AEG      1 Min Break
 
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Ginny and I ended our Monsoon madness water hikes today with a hike in Colossal Cave Mountain Park. We arrived at the park at about 5 to find they closed the gates at 4, We parked outside the park and walked from there. On this hike we walked upstream along the Posta Quemada Creek until we could go no further because of private property. The creek had a light flow but it had been flowing more from the rain the day before. We returned the way we came except this time along the Arizona Trail. We finished the almost 6 mile hike at dark. Ginny saw her first Gila Monster as it was crossing the trail in front of us. Also saw a Western Patch Nose snake, the same type I saw in my back yard a week ago. It has been a good monsoon season and so far this year in Rincon Valley we have gotten 19 inches of rain.
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Aug 30 2021
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Cienega Creek West, AZ 
Cienega Creek West, AZ
 
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Hiking3.66 Miles 123 AEG
Hiking3.66 Miles   1 Hour   43 Mns   2.15 mph
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I wanted to get another hike in the Cienega Creek area before the potential rain that is coming from TS Nora. This time heading west. More water today than yesterday so it must of been raining somewhere up stream last night. We hiked down the stream about 2 miles and headed back. For once Ginny's route scout was right when it said "careful it's a jungle out there". Cienega creek was the greenest I have ever seen and this time about half the hike in was through water. When you weren't in the water it was through spongy water soaked sand. We headed back along the tracks because there was a thunderstorm just east up stream from us and didn't want to run into a flash flood. (I know you aren't suppose to walk along the tracks) We got up to the tracks just in time to greet an east bound train so we waited till it passed and then followed behind, figured we had about a half hour before the next one came along. The temperatures were in the 70's for the whole hike and got rained on for the last 20 minutes of the hike.
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Aug 29 2021
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Cienega Creek, AZ 
Cienega Creek, AZ
 
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Hiking3.62 Miles 137 AEG
Hiking3.62 Miles   1 Hour   45 Mns   2.07 mph
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Short hike Along Cienega Creek to check out the creek after the heavy rains. We headed upstream on Cienega Creek. Davidson Canyon had a light flow and Cienega had a bit more but not enough to make walking along the creek difficult. The water was flowing quite high in the creek as I would of expected. Lots of very large sycamore trees were uprooted by the flow and the marshy areas were cleared out of their heavy brush. Saw one Blue Heron on this trip.

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Aug 26 2021
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Lower Sabino Canyon, AZ 
Lower Sabino Canyon, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Aug 26 2021
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Hiking6.96 Miles 439 AEG
Hiking6.96 Miles   2 Hrs   43 Mns   2.56 mph
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This was a short early morning hike in Lower Sabino Canyon. Last Week Lower Sabino was running too hard to try this hike so we thought we would try today. The water was much lower and crossing the Bridges in the canyon was not a problem. Water was flowing over only 4 of the 9 bridges. We made it past the last bridge before the sun popped over the east cliffs of the canyon but on the way back we weren’t so lucky. Wasn’t too hot though, expected to be over 100 by this afternoon. On the return trip we took the trail past Sabino Dam where we were last week. Finished the 7 miles by 9:30 and it was getting a bit warm.

Video of the bridges and Sabino Dam [ youtube video ]
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Aug 24 2021
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SNP Garwood Dam, AZ 
SNP Garwood Dam, AZ
 
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Hiking5.40 Miles 472 AEG
Hiking5.40 Miles   2 Hrs   19 Mns   2.35 mph
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This was a late afternoon hike to Garwood Dam in the Saguaro National Monument. The monsoons are taking a short break so we started this hike at 5:30 to avoid the heat, although it was still 93 degrees out. The desert was really green and every bug that was available was out. We hiked the 2.7 miles to the dam and arrived just as the sun was about to set. There was a light flow in the creek at the dam, which has a 1 foot diameter pipe on the bottom to keep it from filling up. You could see where the dam had been overflowing during the heavy rains because the 1 foot diameter pipe could not handle all the flow. It must have been something to see because the pool behind the dam must have been 20 to 30 feet deep.

We stayed a short time at the dam but had to get back because it will dark soon. We made it about half way back before it got dark and that’s when it became interesting. There was a lot of thick grass along the trail and I was a little concerned about rattlesnakes but didn’t see any on the way in, after dark though they were out. The first one we encountered rattled and it was on the side of the trail about waist high, couldn’t see it though. Luckily Ginny had a cell phone light and with the aid of her hiking pole I located where it was at and decided it was safe to continue on. A short time later another rattler on the side of the trail all coiled up but didn’t rattle. I noticed this one when I was about 3 feet away. We were able to skirt around this one. The rest of the trail was clear of snakes but we moved slowly with the aid of her cell phone light. I do have a head lamp in my pack but didn’t feel I needed to break this out since the cell phone was working pretty well. Great hike and the temps were actually quite comfortable especially after sunset. It would have been nice to see the waterfall created by the dam. Two of the larger creeks crossing the Squeeze Pen and Carrillo trail had a light to medium flow.
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Bear to Sabino Canyon, AZ 
Bear to Sabino Canyon, AZ
 
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Hiking3.86 Miles 406 AEG
Hiking3.86 Miles   2 Hrs   22 Mns   1.67 mph
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Since this is the summer of abundant water, Ginny and I decided to head to Seven Falls in Bear Canyon. Started early in the morning and got to Bear Canyon Creek and it was running waist deep. We crossed the creek OK but I realized we would never be able to get across the 7 to 9 crossings on the way to seven Falls. The creek is narrower in the canyon and therefor the water deeper and faster. A change of plan on the fly was required. Instead of turning right to Bear Canyon we would turn left to Sabino Canyon and check that out. I figured the water would be flowing over the seven or so Sabin Canyon bridges but at least we would be able to walk across. We got to the first bridge and realized we wouldn't be able to walk across the first bridge safely (Sabino has at least 3 times the water of Bear Creek). Change of plan again, we decided to head up to Sabino Dam and follow along the east side of the creek as far as we could go. Beautiful 4 mile hike on a warm muggy morning. The desert was really green as it often is during the monsoons but the creeks were running higher than I've ever seen. They run higher than this during heavy rains but I have never taken the time to check them out.

There were no cars at the trail head and we were probably the only ones west of Bear and east of Sabino. We will have to try for seven falls some time next week.
A few video clips of the water in Bear and Sabino Canyon [ youtube video ]
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