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Jul 30 2021
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56 male
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 Chandler, AZ
Rim Lake Vista Trail #622Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 30 2021
Yoder
Hiking5.00 Miles 275 AEG
Hiking5.00 Miles   1 Hour   45 Mns   3.09 mph
275 ft AEG      8 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
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1st trip
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Started mid point of the hike (Rim Lakes Vista Overlook Trailhead) and went west. Nice waterfall there since it rained earlier in the morning.
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Jul 15 2021
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 Chandler, AZ
MMRP Competitive Track - Technical LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Mtn Biking avatar Jul 15 2021
Yoder
Mtn Biking14.70 Miles 1,475 AEG
Mtn Biking14.70 Miles   4 Hrs   30 Mns   3.39 mph
1,475 ft AEG      10 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
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Since the Competitive tracks are not recommended for hiking, I figured I would hike them as a night hike so that I wouldn't have to worry about getting run over by a bike.

Started at 9:30pm and finished up at 2:00am

Initially I thought I would just do the Long Loop (7 miles) and maybe one of the other loops if feeling good (both others are about 3 miles). I did the Long loop, then decided to to the Sports loop, then after that figured, Only three more miles, and I can finish up the Technical loop and be done with all of them, so I did.

All tracks were quite reasonable. I did run into a rattlesnake on the Technical track, it was wound up and right in the middle of the trail. It kind of looked like a round, flat rock as first glance. I was about 5 foot away, and did a second take on it, and sure enough it was a snake. It didn't seem to be bothered by me, so I walked around it. Always need to be on the lookout for these guys!
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Jul 10 2021
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56 male
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 Chandler, AZ
Treasure Loop Trail #56Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 10 2021
Yoder
Hiking8.30 Miles 500 AEG
Hiking8.30 Miles   4 Hrs   1 Min   2.78 mph
500 ft AEG   1 Hour   2 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
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1st trip
Another night hike. This time figured I would go to the Lost Dutchman State Park and figure out a loop when I got there.
Arrived at 10pm, it was still quite windy, but the winds calmed down about 11:30pm.

Ended up doing three loop hikes for a grand total of 8.3 miles. Third loop almost identical to the first loop, but grabbed camera and took some night shots. Here are the three loops I created with sections of hikes listed in order.
Finished up about 2am. A pretty nice night. Lost Dutchman is a great park for night hiking, no crowds and great views.

Spotted a couple of tarantulas and small scorpions.

Fist Loop: Treasure-Prospectors-Crosscut Loop (3.0 miles)
1.Treasure Loop #56 (East leg)
2.Prospectors View #57
3.Jacob's Crosscut #58
4.Treasure Loop #56 (South West segment)

Second Loop: MountainBike-Quail Loop (1.3 miles)
1.Mountain Bike
2.Quail Loop
3.Mountain Bike

Third Loop: Treasure2-Prospectors-Crosscut Loop (2.7 miles)
1.Treasure Loop #56 (West leg)
2.Prospectors View #57
3.Jacob's Crosscut #58
4.Treasure Loop #56 (South West segment)
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Jul 03 2021
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56 male
 Joined Oct 07 2017
 Chandler, AZ
Goldmine Trail - San Tan MRPPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 03 2021
Yoder
Hiking7.50 Miles 1,840 AEG
Hiking7.50 Miles   2 Hrs   23 Mns   3.33 mph
1,840 ft AEG      8 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
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1st trip
Another night hike. Overcast with sprinkles, So didn't take any photos. Combine a number of trails to form a 7.5 mile loop starting from the Goldmine trailhead. Started at 9:35 and finished up at Midnight.
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Jul 02 2021
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56 male
 Joined Oct 07 2017
 Chandler, AZ
Oracle Ridge - Red Ridge LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 02 2021
Yoder
Hiking8.40 Miles 2,750 AEG
Hiking8.40 Miles   4 Hrs   34 Mns   2.14 mph
2,750 ft AEG      39 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
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1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
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Predicted cloudy day, so we thought we would give this hike a try. Started at about 6:15am and finished up at 10:50. Lots of burnt out sections, but still a nice hike. Ran across a Juvenile Arizona Black Rattlesnake.
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Jun 27 2021
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56 male
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 Chandler, AZ
Lower Sonoran Trail - FHPPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 27 2021
Yoder
Hiking8.20 Miles 2,175 AEG
Hiking8.20 Miles   3 Hrs   32 Mns   2.76 mph
2,175 ft AEG      34 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
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1st trip
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Another night hike, Moon not to far past full, so I figured I would do a little more challenging hike that may have been a bit less traveled. But these trails are well identified, and traveled, so didn't have any issue following them.
I combined segments of the following trails to create a loop-ish hike (more like three semi-loops).
Western Loop
Upper Sonoran Trail
Lower Sonaran Trail
Promenade Trail

Got started at about 9:50pm on 06/26 and finished up at 1:20am 06/27.

Glad I did this as a night hike, I think in the day it would be heavily used.
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Jun 25 2021
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56 male
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 Chandler, AZ
Watson Lake LoopPrescott, AZ
Prescott, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 25 2021
Yoder
Hiking6.70 Miles 1,200 AEG
Hiking6.70 Miles   3 Hrs   13 Mns   2.36 mph
1,200 ft AEG      23 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
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A little cool snap, and the wife said we could go hiking somewhere North this weekend. We Wanted a place that might have some birds, so we selected the Watson Lake.
We decided to start at the Flume and Watson Dam Trailhead, a no fee area and hike into the Watson Lake Loop and then hike out the Dam Trail. Glad we did, the Flume hike is probably the nicest part of the hike. It's short, but secluded, and we spotted a Porcupine near the flume.
Initially, I was planning on doing this hike in a clock-wise manner, but the trail was narrow at the flume area, and Mr. Porcupine was going clockwise, so we decided we would alter our plans. This turned out probably the better way to go anyhow.

I have mixed fillings in this hike, there is a little bit of everything, The flume hike goes over some rock formations, then along a streambed to the flume, after that its back over the rocks. Eventually you start hitting the common use areas, There are lots of spin-off loops along the main trail, and ALL trails are marked with white dots, so if you are trying to stay on the official route, good luck with that. You can tell this is a highly used area, and there are plenty of signs with maps on them, so you shouldn't get lost.
At the south end of the lake you will be going parallel to the freeway for a while on a road, not a real nice experience. Next, on the South-West side you will be on a "trail" that appears to be converted from an old train track. This is more like a dirt road, and seems to be popular for bikers.
Eventually you leave the road-trail and you are back at scrambling amongst the rocks, generally away from people.
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Jun 20 2021
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 Chandler, AZ
Verde Trail - MMRPPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 20 2021
Yoder
Hiking8.60 Miles 950 AEG
Hiking8.60 Miles   3 Hrs   7 Mns   3.25 mph
950 ft AEG      28 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
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Another night hike in the McDowell Mountain Regional Park. Decided to hit the north of the park. Wanted to do the Verde and North Trails. Also noticed that HAZ didn't have a GPS trail for Lousley Hill Loop, so I figured I would pop over and get that. Nursery Tank Trail is right in the area so I figured I would see if there was anything to see there (Doubtful, given the time of year)

Verde Trailhead Parking - To get to the park you have to go into a gated community when you turn onto North Tonto Verde Drive road (off of North Fort McDowell Road). Gate was closed when I got there(sometime after 9:30pm). I drove around to see if there was another access point to the road, and there doesn't seem to be one. Luckily, when I drove past the entrance the second time, someone was entering, so I tailgated them and got past the gate. Not sure if the gate is closed during the day, but something to think about. I'm thinking this community thinks this trailhead if just for them. If you can get in, the gate will open automatically going out, so you don't have to worry about getting trapped.

Anyhow got to the trailhead at 10:11pm, temp was a toasty 96 degrees, dropped the fee in the self-pay box and started on the hike.

The planned hike is as detailed below, making for a 8.6 mile hike with 1 mile on the road, and 0.4 miles in a wash to get to all of the trails.

Although it was a "Warm" night, the hike went pretty much without issue, Didn't see anything at Nursery Tank. Got back to the trailhead at 1:18am and headed out.

01. Verde Trail (Heading South) 1.2
02. Northern Loop (West Site) 1.9
03. Wash Exit (Heading South) 0.2
04. Lousley Drive North Road 0.2
05. Lousley Drive South Road 0.2
06. Lousley Hill Loop (Counter Clockwise) 1.3
07. Lousley Drive South Road 0.2
08. Nursery Tank Trail (There and back) 0.6
09. Lousley Drive South Road 0.1
10. McDowell Mountain Park Drive (Heading North) 0.3
11. Wash to N Loop (Heading North) 0.2
12. Northern Loop (East Side) 0.8
13. Verde Trail (Heading North) 1.2
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Jun 18 2021
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56 male
 Joined Oct 07 2017
 Chandler, AZ
Granite Trail - MMRPPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 18 2021
Yoder
Hiking11.80 Miles 175 AEG
Hiking11.80 Miles   3 Hrs   44 Mns   3.50 mph
175 ft AEG      22 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
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Its the AZ summer season, so only option is for night hikes. Been wanting to get as much of the McDowell Mountain Regional Park hikes done that I can, Gate is locked before I start hiking, so have to hike into the park, this limits the options. The regional parks seem to be good places for night hikes because the trails are usually smooth, and mostly flat, especially here at MMRP.

Started at 12:44am and finished up at 4:28am. Spotted two tarantulas on this hike.

decided to make a 11 mile loop, 3.4 miles are on road :( and I got turned around at one road intersection (seems the trails are easier to figure out at night!) adding another 0.5 miles to the hike. Here is how I linked the trails to make the loop:
01. Road 01 (0.6)
02. Shallmo Wash (1.7)
03. Road 02 (0.1)
04. Tortoise Trail (0.7)
05. Road 03 (0.2)
06. Wagner Trail (1.1)
07. Granite Trail (1.9)
08. Bluff Trail (0.9)
09. Granite Trail (1.4)
10. Road Wrong Direction (0.5)
10. Road (2.5)
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Jun 12 2021
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56 male
 Joined Oct 07 2017
 Chandler, AZ
Escondido Trail - MMRPPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 12 2021
Yoder
Hiking11.10 Miles 1,371 AEG
Hiking11.10 Miles   4 Hrs   12 Mns   3.40 mph
1,371 ft AEG      56 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
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Another Night Hike:
Combine Escondido , some Pemberton, Scenic and Cinch trails for a 11.1 mile loop.

Started at about 10pm and finished up at 2:10am.
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Jun 11 2021
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56 male
 Joined Oct 07 2017
 Chandler, AZ
Stargazer Trail - San Tan MRPPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 11 2021
Yoder
Hiking7.20 Miles 890 AEG
Hiking7.20 Miles   2 Hrs   53 Mns   3.11 mph
890 ft AEG      34 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
1st trip
Another Night hike.
Wanted to wrap up a couple of more trails here so I can say I hiked all of the trails. Targeting the LittleLeaf, Moonlight and Stargazer trails. Created a loop following the sequence:
01. Little Leaf (LL) = 0.7 miles
02. Goldmine (GM) = 0.4 miles
03. San Tan (SA) = 2.8 miles
04. Hedgehog (HG) = 0.9 miles
05. Stargazer (SG) = 0.7 miles
06. Moonlight (ML) = 0.8 miles
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Jun 06 2021
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56 male
 Joined Oct 07 2017
 Chandler, AZ
Malpais Loop from Phillips TH - San Tan MRPPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 06 2021
Yoder
Hiking8.10 Miles 1,185 AEG
Hiking8.10 Miles   4 Hrs   9 Mns   2.83 mph
1,185 ft AEG   1 Hour   17 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
1st trip
Put together Rock Peak Wash Trail, Malpais Trail, and parts of San Tan Trail for a 8.1 mile loop starting at the Rock Peak trailhead.

Night Hike! - The Constellations
Arrived at about 1am and started hike. Decided to use the Canon EF 28-300mm instead of the Rokinon fish eye lens. The Rokion is a fast lens at about f2. Comparing this night hike photos with last one, you can see the difference. the Rokion lens is fixed focal length, while the canon can go from 28-300mm for a good zoom. Noticed the canon seems to work pretty well for representing what you typically will see in the night sky, but doesn't capture the scenery very well. A number of constellations were place well in relation to the landscape, so I decide to focus on them.

Moon didn't rise till just before dawn, so this was a darker hike than my typical night hikes that I generally do around the full moon.

Didn't see a single person the whole hike, but that shouldn't be to suppressing :)

Pretty sure I spotted an Arizona Grey fox just before getting to the Trailhead parking. Not much bigger than a large cat with a tail just about as long as the rest of it's body.
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May 29 2021
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 Chandler, AZ
Reavis Canyon - AZT #18Globe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar May 29 2021
Yoder
Hiking5.30 Miles 730 AEG
Hiking5.30 Miles   2 Hrs   43 Mns   2.65 mph
730 ft AEG      43 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
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Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
We wanted to do a short night hike somewhere close, so decided to do a little section of the AZ trail at Picket Post. We arrived about 1am, and hikeed/took photos until 2:30am. It was pretty level, and we got a few good night photos in. Wife wanted to be back home before 5, so we only hiked a couple of miles in before turning back around. It was nice to get out.
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Apr 25 2021
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Horse with No Name TrailPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 25 2021
Yoder
Hiking8.20 Miles 1,590 AEG
Hiking8.20 Miles   4 Hrs   3 Mns   2.31 mph
1,590 ft AEG      30 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
Cooling temperatures! Wife said we don't have to go to the high country this week. Since we are close to a full moon, decided to hike the Goldfields as a night hike. put together a 8.5 mile loop on the GPS that includes a number of hikes, but the documentation in this area isn't great, so I don't know what they included parts of the South Gold Ridge trail.

About 2.9 miles got off-track and had to back track adding an extra 0.5 miles to the hike.

Got started about 8:45pm, and finished up about 12:46am.

Temperatures were great, with occasional lite breeze. Got some decent night photos also.
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Apr 19 2021
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 Chandler, AZ
Y Bar Trail #44Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 19 2021
Yoder
Hiking8.50 Miles 2,575 AEG
Hiking8.50 Miles   4 Hrs   36 Mns   2.06 mph
2,575 ft AEG      29 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
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Linked none no linked trail guides
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Decided to take a look at the Y Bar trail although from all descriptions it can't compete with the Barnhardt trail. We thought we would go take a look and decide if we wanted to attempt to make a loop of this by combining with Barnhardt. I really didn't expect the wife would want to, but we went and checked it out.

Hike was OK, we hiked up to the junction where you head up the steep mountain if you want to join with Barnhardt. Decided we were not going to try that. Turned around at the saddle, just after the intersection and headed back to the car.
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Apr 12 2021
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 Chandler, AZ
Stewart Pocket Grand CirclePayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 12 2021
Yoder
Hiking7.80 Miles 1,320 AEG
Hiking7.80 Miles   3 Hrs   10 Mns   2.46 mph
1,320 ft AEG   14 Hrs   50 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
 
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This was the second attempt to do this hike. The first attempt failed due to not being able to find the trailhead parking.... Well, the fact of the matter is that there really is no trailhead parking areas. On the first attempt we took the Car and went down to the end of Phoneix Street to the Cypress Trailhead (34.2251820839363, -111.29247060834693). This is a cul-de-sac, Only signs to be found are "No Parking". This is an area of lots of constructions for new houses. There were no trailhead signs with the exception of a little 2" sticker on a small post next to the edge of a building. We did Identify another possible trailhead to this hike at the Boulders Loop Trailhead (34.227968868554356, -111.26212670023746) but couldn't get to it due to the wife not willing to take the car on a dirt road. So we came back the next week in the truck.

The Boulders Loop Trailhead was no better then the Cypress Trailhead. A gate bars entrance to where Google Maps shows the trailhead. Again, No signs. Looks like there is some private property down this road (maybe a resort?). Anyhow, My conclusion on the trailheads is that these people really don't want non-locals hiking the trails. Upon further inspection of the Cypress Trailhead, I think you might be able to park one or two cars there, but don't block the driveways, PAT needs to do something about these trailheads if they want them to be used, or maybe the plan is that it's really just for the locals who know not to pay much attention to the signs.

Anyhow, At the Boulders Loop Trailhead road(Est Granite Dells Road), We parked the truck on the side of the road at the locked gate and were able to get on the trail quick enough.
Once on the trail, it was easy enough to follow, but there were a number of unmarked intersections you will need to use your GPS to ensure you take the right one. Also an odd area where the Stewart trail intersection part of the hike, the trail to take has a number of sticks and logs across it indicating you should not take the intersection, but if you continue on the main hike you will end up somewhere else. Ignore the sticks, and after 30 ft or so you are on the well defined Stewart hike, shortly after getting on the Stewart, metal markers are placed every 1/4 mile.

Scenery was nice, and I did enjoy the hike.
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Wildflowers Observation Isolated
Some cacti are starting to bloom.
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Mar 29 2021
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South Fork - Gold Ridge LoopPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 29 2021
Yoder
Hiking13.70 Miles 3,700 AEG
Hiking13.70 Miles   6 Hrs   46 Mns   2.30 mph
3,700 ft AEG      48 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
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1st trip
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Monday morning, start at sunrise. Gold Ridge trail super easy to follow, and trail is well maintained. first 0.75 miles casual stroll and then for the next 2.5 mile quite steep climb. This eases off for the rest of the Gold Ridge let to the road at about 6 miles into the hike. Then follow the road for another 0.8 miles to the sign nailed to a tree indicating where the south-fork hike starts.

South Fork trail is faint and there is a bit of treefall to navigate around. but with GPS trail as a guide you can generally follow the trail. This progressively gets better as you go along. About a mile or two down the trail we ran into the first person of the day. Didn't catch his name, he was cutting a tree that was on the trail. Apparently he came up to do some trail maintenance and "Get some exercise!" More power to him! really appreciate guys like him and other who contribute to this website, makes life so much easer for the rest of us slackers!

As stated earlier, the trail is pretty easy to follow after about 1-2 miles although not in nearly as good of condition as the Gold Ridge is. Character of the South Fork is quite different from the Gold Ridge. Gold Ridge is a straight shot, while South fork has a bit of navigation around obstacles and multiple stream crossing (nothing difficult) as this trail generally is following the streambed.

About at mile 9 I was dragging and exhausted. We came across a nice little watering hole (there are quite a few) and I proposed to the wife we take a break. The water was cold, so I decided to jump in. It was Coooold :o , but I found it really braced me up and I felt much better and ready to take on the rest of the hike. :) The wife dipped her legs in the pool also, and she said it made her feel much better. Didn't realize this could help so much. I'll need to keep that in mind for future hikes if near cool water.

After the cool break, we continued on the hike that gets progressively easier to follow and the slope also progressively gets less aggressive. Finally arrived at the car at 12:45.

An exhausting hike, but really did enjoy it.

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max Pigeon Spring Dripping Dripping
Marshy
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Mar 01 2021
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Oracle State Park - Loop 01Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Birding avatar Mar 01 2021
Yoder
Birding8.09 Miles 1,033 AEG
Birding8.09 Miles   3 Hrs   10 Mns   2.67 mph
1,033 ft AEG5 LBS Pack
 
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This is a combination of sections of the following trails:
01. Cherry Valley Wash
02. Windmill Loop
03. Arizona Trail
04. Powerline

The scenery in this park is pretty much the same of rolling hills. Birds and wildlife is centered in the Windmill area, there must be water there. As stated by many people trails are very easy to follow and well marked. This may be considered more of a birding location than a hiking destination.
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Feb 16 2021
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2881 Consensus Loop - Goldfield MountainsPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 16 2021
Yoder
Hiking8.20 Miles 1,850 AEG
Hiking8.20 Miles
1,850 ft AEG   5 Hrs   20 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
 
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
This is a nice hike with some great views. We followed the posted route until the third pool/waterfall then wife had enough and wanted to head to the road. This added extra mileage, Should have kept to the creek.

Great Views and water could be fun when water is flowing.
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Oct 26 2020
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Butcher Jones Trail #463Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 26 2020
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Hiking5.40 Miles 600 AEG
Hiking5.40 Miles
600 ft AEG
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Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
This hike is closed due to fire.
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