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Nov 23 2008
te_wa
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49 male
 Joined Aug 22 2003
 Mesa
Rough CanyonGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 23 2008
te_wa
Hiking23.00 Miles
Hiking23.00 Miles
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i dont know the time it took to hike the loop but it was like it's namesake, Rough. I think we found the spot where Lon spent several days in Rough Canyon with a knee injury.
Plow saddle spring was our base camp. no wildlife spotted save for 2 doe whitetails.
Meteorology
Meteorology
Autumn - Color Foliage
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Nov 09 2008
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49 male
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 Mesa
JF-fish creek loop, AZ 
JF-fish creek loop, AZ
 
Backpack avatar Nov 09 2008
te_wa
Backpack19.50 Miles 1,200 AEG
Backpack19.50 Miles   12 Hrs      1.63 mph
1,200 ft AEG
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Starting at Tortilla RD. just off 88, we walked the 3 miles of road and followed JF trail to the pass, then on down to Angel Basin. Just about 1.6 miles past the basin is a great but small campsite with water nearby. After a good night with lows of 40° we started out on the 7 mile journey down fish creek to the bridge on 88. It took the group an average time of 6 hours to complete the off trail bushwhack, with several pools along the way making unusual scrambling a challenge in many spots. Alex and I startled a group of 8 Coatimundi and watched them all climb up into the trees, but too quick back to the ground and off into the wild to snatch a photo op. bear scat in canyon. owls hooting in the night. one of the flattest and coziest campsites in the Supes. coati sightings. overall, a super trip and lots to see. if you come across the area where Lost Dutch canyon veers south out of Fish Creek, there is a cairn nearby with a quarter on top. pick it up, and replace it with a dollar.
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Oct 26 2008
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49 male
 Joined Aug 22 2003
 Mesa
Powers GardenTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Backpack avatar Oct 26 2008
te_wa
Backpack18.00 Miles 2,300 AEG
Backpack18.00 Miles
2,300 ft AEG
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took a group of 6 plus me to Powers Garden but first we did a trip to the top of Kennedy peak. Found very little water in Corral spring and then some in the canyon downstream- stayed at a campsite above Powers Spring which was flowing slowly. Had an upclose encounter with a doe and finished the hike with a side trip to check out Deer Creek Cabin. Followed a trail up and over some hills and took the fenceline back to the trailhead.
campsite low: 33°
water cond: scarce
fall color: in pockets
wildlife: seldom, but tame

water was found at: NAD83 ElevFeet
32.63735,-110.34194,5456,
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dry Corral Spring Dry Dry
stagnant pool near Corral spring. found clear water downstream about 1/2 mile before Rattlesnake intersection.

water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water less than max Powers Garden Spring Gallon per minute Gallon per minute
water intermittent but flowing lightly. at powers garden, follow the use trail to the creek and you will find water at powers spring (as of nov. 08)
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Oct 12 2008
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 Joined Aug 22 2003
 Mesa
Whiskey West-Red Tanks LoopPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Backpack avatar Oct 12 2008
te_wa
Backpack17.00 Miles
Backpack17.00 Miles
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took a variation of this loop by going up the upper box on red tanks trail on to the hoolie bacon trail so we could drop into the top of trap canyon. we agreed that walking up a ridge and over a saddle would put us in a side canyon, coming into the west side of trap canyon proper. hugely satifactory. We reached labarge spring after dark, tired and hungry and then were joined by our four "friends" Marrieam, Sally, Pam, and Dave. the overnight low froze my wet bandana so the ol' weather mans prediction of 51° didnt cut it, again.
There is mucho water in the Supes right now, considering the season. Labarge spring is flowing great! there is also water in the red tanks area, not so much in whiskey spring but flowing down slowly in labarge creek. its enough to supply a campsite, and most important the water is aerobic. Yum!
the catsclaw is out in force... everything is rockin' and the grasshoppers, butterflys and lizards are showin' their colors, colors

water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water less than max LaBarge Spring Gallon per minute Gallon per minute
nice and clear

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max Trap Canyon Spring Dripping Dripping
slow, but almost stagnant. reliable only to the most dire needy
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Oct 12 2008
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49 male
 Joined Aug 22 2003
 Mesa
Trap CanyonPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
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te_wa
Canyoneering2.00 Miles 400 AEG
Canyoneering2.00 Miles   3 Hrs      0.67 mph
400 ft AEG
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trap canyon presented numerous challenges with water in many pools and potholes that demanded some high climbing up and over them. this is not a canyon for the timid, even the seasoned supes veteran may agree that the effort to payoff ratio is low. it was nice to see some unusual formations and check out some landmarks (music mtn, herman mtn, several side canyons and caves) from a different perspective.
it was our determination to finish trap from top to bottom and it is now whipped
~HAZ Wrecking Crew~

oh, btw, if there ever was a lost dutchman goldmine its pro'lly in here :o

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max Trap Canyon Spring Dripping Dripping
minimal movement. due to proximity of labarge spring, it may not be worth the trouble to reach.
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Sep 28 2008
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Babe Haught Trail - Hatchery to Knoll LakePayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Backpack avatar Sep 28 2008
te_wa
Backpack10.60 Miles 1,200 AEG
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climb up the Rim was pleasant, good views. From Rim road 300 to Knoll lake was typical of a pine forest. Not much to see. Did spot 8 turkeys on the way out, fished for about 30 minutes and caught 4 decent trout. Best part of the hike was staying at my old kayak-camp spot on the SE side. Heard the typical Bull bugling all night and other strange noises. Kept an eye out for the Mogollon Monster, to no avail. Mike
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Sep 01 2008
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49 male
 Joined Aug 22 2003
 Mesa
Barnhardt - Sandy Saddle LoopPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 01 2008
te_wa
Hiking16.20 Miles 4,735 AEG
Hiking16.20 Miles
4,735 ft AEG
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took a few friends into the N. fork of Deadman Canyon to see the incredible falls and canyon. Turned out to be a 16.2 mile loop. Thanks to Fred, John, Betsy, and Nonot for attending. This is my third time here, and the Barnhardt trail is still the only good part of this loop. (not counting the awesome waterfalls in Deadman)
Good times!
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Aug 24 2008
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 Joined Aug 22 2003
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Thompson Trail #629Alpine, AZ
Alpine, AZ
Backpack avatar Aug 24 2008
te_wa
Backpack4.00 Miles 250 AEG
Backpack4.00 Miles   2 Hrs      2.00 mph
250 ft AEG
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ive been enjoying a summer full of lazy short hikes that lead to picturesque campsites, near creeks that hold trout. caught 5 Browns on this trip, watched the stars come out in the millions - great time with great company.
Heard turkey, elk but saw only garter snakes (western terrestrial and black necked) and one vole.
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Aug 18 2008
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West Fork Oak Creek Trail #108Sedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 18 2008
te_wa
Hiking14.00 Miles 400 AEG
Hiking14.00 Miles   8 Hrs      1.75 mph
400 ft AEG
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went in from the top, found a campsite/shelter and hid from 3 hours of rain while I read 100 pages from a paperback. moved out of my rock crevice and camped on the level, sandy beach about 10' above the waterline(about the 7 mile mark). Lots of swimming, wading and wet feet crossings. I recall 3 deep swims, one of which was over 75' long - The upper end of the canyon is decidedly more difficult a passage and the scenery is less dramatic, more like WCC at the upper end compared to WF's low end. Still a nice area and I only saw 2 people (the adventurous Herschel and his lovely daughter who were out exploring) who were pro'lly wondering why I was tucked up under a rock in my bag with a book and some rum. (i have a feeling they didnt expect to see anyone up where I was : rambo : )
Looking back now, it wouldnt be wise or should I say safe to hike in here alone- way too many obstacles that are potentially health threatening. One slip on those rocks... :stretch:
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Aug 10 2008
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Kendrick Peak Trail #22Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Backpack avatar Aug 10 2008
te_wa
Backpack8.00 Miles 2,718 AEG
Backpack8.00 Miles   3 Hrs   20 Mns   2.40 mph
2,718 ft AEG
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took the weekend to scratch off one of my wish list hikes, and it turned out to pay off as we missed the harsh rainstorms that hit Humprheys with full force! The hike was not at all spectacular and I found (as I expected) that it was more of a destination than a journey hike. The small campsite found near the old cabin was a great place to watch stars and stay warm as the fire battled the wind chilled 40 degree air. Talked to Gary and took a tour of the tower as well as the surrounding landscape and heard stories of the plane wrecks on the S.F. Peaks. Thanks, Gary!
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Jul 24 2008
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49 male
 Joined Aug 22 2003
 Mesa
Barnhardt - Sandy Saddle LoopPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 24 2008
te_wa
Hiking17.50 Miles 4,960 AEG
Hiking17.50 Miles   8 Hrs      2.19 mph
4,960 ft AEG
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woke up Wednesday with the urge to hit a trail. Packed by rucksack and out the door I went to the area around Horse Camp seep. Wanted to get a different perspective on the Deadman Canyon so I went a little farther than the Sandy Saddle (trail?) and came back to it after hanging with some wild winds. Im talking 30mph gusts that shook my whole set-up. The next day I took the wash over the saddle and came back down to meet up w/ the trail on the other side of Castersen wash. Lost the trail but I was feeling energetic so I climbed the backbone of a nearby ridge and took it all the way to Barnhardt trail. This added about a 1.5 mile trip to the total mileage. Lost another gps (it was a cheapie anyhow) down there in the cross country battle w/ manzanita.
Unusual amount of bleeding blisters on this hike- it was hot, about 95. Still water is forming in pools from summer rains. No wildlife save some birds and lizards.

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max Horse Camp Seep Dripping Dripping
not 100yds west of the small drainage formed by Horse Seep, there is a larger drainage with running water that feeds one of the 2 waterfalls into N. Fork of Deadman Canyon- aided by summer rains Im sure. Water also in the drainage west of Sandy Saddle and again at Castersen Seep.
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Jul 13 2008
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49 male
 Joined Aug 22 2003
 Mesa
Canyon Creek - Tonto NFPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Backpack avatar Jul 13 2008
te_wa
Backpack3.00 Miles 250 AEG
Backpack3.00 Miles   2 Hrs      1.50 mph
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its been a couple of years, so i went back and brought a couple of friends to show them the area. there were some lunker trout in the deeper pools and I only caught 2 little 5 inchers. The camping was superb tho, and the scenery made up for the slow fishing. (we fished south of the OW bridge with fly rods)
this place has some of the greenest scenery ive seen in a while. lots of constant but light rain for the evening and on into the night. perfect for testing my new tarp!

pics in the gallery
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Jul 06 2008
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Telephone Ridge Trail #103 - ChevelonPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Backpack avatar Jul 06 2008
te_wa
Backpack2.50 Miles 700 AEG
Backpack2.50 Miles   2 Hrs      1.25 mph
700 ft AEG
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this trail description is mis-labeled as #203
the actual trail designation is #103
It is not as difficult as other sites (including coco natl forest page) claim since you have a mile to descend 700'. Compare that with the Tramway trail that descends the same in only half that distance...
there are small brown trout and thousands of crawdads in the creek so if you go crayfish hunting, by all means discard those invasive bastards with whatever method you wish. I prefer eating them to death.
I had de-virginized my new Orvis fly rod and caught a near 3lb 17 inch Brown when my tippet broke at the last second. There is a very scenic meadow with campfire ring (stocked with empty Bud Light [what else?!] cans in it. Its a great place to bring kids or first timers especially in summer. We witnessed 2 light rainshowers with a high of 75. Pleasant enough, but without the fishing aspect there isnt much to do there since it only takes an hour to reach canyon bottom. (and thats if youre moving really s l o w)
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Jun 28 2008
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Tramway Trail #32Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Backpack avatar Jun 28 2008
te_wa
Backpack1.00 Miles 750 AEG
Backpack1.00 Miles   2 Hrs      0.50 mph
750 ft AEG
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short, sweet trip. very green as pictures attest. there are more trout up near the confluence, I saw one rainbow and caught 5 chubs of some sort. Large flat campsite (and clean, too :D ) right at the base of Tramway trail. Had my first sauteed crayfish- not bad!
next trip is surely going to involve a loop/shuttle with calloway trail. Willow valley to the cold springs near calloway trail would be a great introduction to this area. Even if its your 5th time down here...
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Jun 14 2008
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Deer Creek Trail #45Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Backpack avatar Jun 14 2008
te_wa
Backpack1.25 Miles 1,000 AEG
Backpack1.25 Miles   2 Hrs      0.63 mph
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Desertroux came back to his home state for the weekend so we decided to look for a backpack up in some mountains so we could enjoy some cooler weather. It was still HOT. Started at the upper end of D.C. trail and hiked to the old homestead site at the bottom of the hill. Camped in our hammocks at a 4600' campspot that survived the Willow fire. I havent hiked in 43 days and my legs can feel the burn. Saw wildlife and sign of bear and cougar.

dry Maple Spring Dry Dry
maple draw contained water in June 08- we had a good wet winter but this area is still holding water in the drainages and tributaries of deer creek- including maple spring.
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May 04 2008
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Mazatzal Divide: Peeley to Y-BarPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar May 04 2008
te_wa
Hiking9.60 Miles 1,550 AEG
Hiking9.60 Miles   12 Hrs      0.80 mph
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took the Maz Divide to bear spring and camped. first 4 miles of trail have been recently maintained (azta?) but the remaining section still in need of work. many washouts, bare slopes, and felled trees. fortunatley, n. mex. locust and gamble oak at a minimum. This was the best hike of this year, for many reasons. fantastic and lonely mountain range. pics attached.
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Apr 27 2008
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Supes Loop, AZ 
Supes Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Apr 27 2008
te_wa
Hiking34.00 Miles 4,500 AEG
Hiking34.00 Miles   13 Hrs      2.62 mph
4,500 ft AEG
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Starting on Friday 4-25 the four hardy adventurers threw on the packs at Miles trailhead for the start of a 34 mile loop involving W. Pinto-Rogers Canyon-Frog Tanks-Reavis trail-Fireline trail-Campaign trail back to the Miles Trailhead. Overall the first day has the most elevation change and the weather was on the warm side, with a slight occasional breeze to cool our uphill climb to Iron Mtn. Saddle. The second half of day 1 was a great downhill walk to Angel Basin for camp. Fire and deet were in quick order as we found how hungry the mosquitoes were after months of standing water in the area.
Saturday we started up the Frog Tanks trail with even warmer weather and mostly exposed terrain. On the trek our party did spot a Gila Monster, and (assuming) a W. Diamondback. There are pics attached in the gallery of a young Bighorn Ram that was running the Fish Creek drainage on near vertical walls. Amazing adaptation these gentle and magnificient creatures display. Once we arrived at Reavis Ranch I was stopped in mid stride by a fellow HAZ'er and friend TKKNC. Ken was there with 2 buddies and their kids. Nice to see them again.
On past Reavis to the long (1.5 mile) climb up to and past the Circlestone side-trail and down to camp at the Fireline/Campaign intersection complete with Ponderosas, nice shade, and a flowing creek. Another fire, some centipede and stripetail scorpion action, very pleasant temps and ususually quiet surroundings. As long as water is available, this could be one of my favorite campsites.
Last day had us going up hill once more, on a steep effort to push up the Pinto Divide and later to enjoy the HUGE and inviting views of the mountains around us. Downhill from the P.D. and back to the last 2.5 mile trek along W. Pinto creek that was again, plum full of wildlife. I heard some large boulders being crashed together and did not see what was making it's way up and out of the creekbed, most likely a deer but Id romantically envision a black bear dashing away from the unusual human encounter. Still waiting on my first black bear sighting...
We came out of the trip with great spirits and followed up a great weekend with some grub and brews at Tres Banderos mexican dive. Thanks to Steve and Tony and Wally for joining me. I had fun.
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Apr 05 2008
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Barnhardt - Sandy Saddle LoopPayson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 05 2008
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Hiking15.00 Miles 4,735 AEG
Hiking15.00 Miles   4 Hrs   45 Mns   3.16 mph
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David and Preston's trip report is spot on... please see hike description and take a map! this was an all day scramble up and down the open hillsides of mazatzal range. all of the trails are easy to follow but a confusing area around Castersen, like Preston said follow the map for advice, there is much deadfall along barnhardt and that's the only issue. start of sandy saddle trail (34' 5.24-111' 27.50) is fairly easy to follow, keep up with the cairns and you shouldnt have a problem. There is a bit of creek bed walking between casterson seep (34' 5.40-111' 28.0) and the ascent to sandy saddle (34' 5.79-111' 28.09). Once you decend sandy saddle to the west, the maz. divide trail (34' 6.42-111' 29.51) is marked with several orange ribbons as of this writing. the divide trail is well kept. I planned on this as an overnight but could not (and i mean it) find 2 suitable trees. place is scorched from head to toes on this loop. my next hike will be divide trail from peeley to the "deer creek falls".
here's some free info: when you are rock hopping down the drainage that comes from west side of sandy saddle, you will come to the intersection with the divide trail. make note of the divide trail and proceed downstream about a 2 minute walk (150 yards?) you will be delighted to find the north fork of deadman canyon, and 2 sick, sick waterfalls. there is info out there on how to rappel these falls, but not me, no sir, no way Jose :lol:
I almost peed myself just looking over the edge of the 250' plunge.
I pretty much kept a sickening 3mph pace the entire way, even over the rocky creekbed and made the loop in a record "under 5 hours" you may find it necessary to spend 7-9 hours on this trail. this is not an easy area to hike in- keep that in mind.
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Mar 15 2008
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Rider CanyonNorthwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 15 2008
te_wa
Hiking6.00 Miles 1,200 AEG
Hiking6.00 Miles   4 Hrs   30 Mns   1.33 mph
1,200 ft AEG
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car camped with Matt, Liz, Mike and Josh on the rim of Rider and took the canyon's super steep and loose footing "trail" down to the bottom. then a bit of boulder hopping, scrambling and stare-downs with slots, waterfalls, and drop offs led to the mighty Colorado river where I tried to catch my dinner. Rider canyon was fantastic and the company was out of this world. Mike
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Mar 10 2008
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Tortilla TH loop, AZ 
Tortilla TH loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Mar 10 2008
te_wa
Hiking22.00 Miles
Hiking22.00 Miles   8 Hrs   40 Mns   2.54 mph
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start at Tortilla Ranch, use JF and Hoolie Bacon trails to the Red Tanks, then down to Randolf Canyon, up Randolf to the JF trail, and back to the vehicles. 22 mi. RT. Nice scenery, and this trip totally completed all of the western Supes "official" trails. See you on the eastern side!
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