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Jan 28 2023
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32 female
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Herman's CavePhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 28 2023
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking14.42 Miles 3,067 AEG
Hiking14.42 Miles
3,067 ft AEG
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Decided to finally check this one off the list. Long long day! Got to the trailhead around 9:30 to find quite the busy parking lots! So many cars. Somehow managed to snag a spot right at the trailhead (a sunrise hiker must’ve just left).

Right off the bat surprised and excited to see water flowing. Nice and green trail all along Dutchman. Once we dropped down Whiskey Spring Canyon again, nice flowing water with pretty substantial pools flowing. Water was ice cold.

At some point the catclaw started and it was pretty gnarly. Once along Red Tanks the trail was pretty overgrown with lots of catclaw ready to get you. On the way out to the cave we followed the trail but on the way back took the creek part of the way.

Route up to the cave is scrambley and loose. By that point I was pretty warm because it felt hot for January and I couldn’t wait to get inside the shade of the cave.

We had lunch in the cave (which was way larger than I had expected, woohoo)! And then headed down. It’s way easier coming down from the cave for route finding than it is going up.

Somewhere along La Barge Creek boulder hopping/fighting the catclaw along Red Tanks or lower Whiskey Spring my trekking poles fell off my bag…didn’t realize it until way later so if you’re out in the area and see some Black Diamond Z trekking poles for at 110 cm for a short person such as myself, let me know!

On the route back on Dutchman of course I tripped and took a tumble so I’ve got a nice bruised knee. Damn rocks.

Ended up having to put headlamps on about .5 miles from the parking lot. Beautiful sunset and saw some base jumpers jumping from three sisters. Looked pretty epic from our vantage point.

All in all, great cave and great time of year for this route with all the flowing water. Long pants are a must with all the catclaw, and if you see my trekking poles let me know!

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Jan 12 2023
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 Phoenix, AZ
South Kaibab TrailNorthwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Backpack avatar Jan 12 2023
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Backpack35.12 Miles 6,864 AEG
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Another January jaunt into the canyon. My favorite winter route is down South Kaibab and up Bright Angel.

South Kaibab was icy and snowy for the first mile and a half and then it turned into mud-ice for another mile and then what was (not) fun was the insane gloopy mud/mule poop mixture there was for another two miles or so. The mud was absolutely unavoidable so by the time you get to the river you’re just caked in mud and mud splatter.

The upside was there was just absolutely no one in the trail. The entire way down SK we saw maybe ten other people.

Once we got down we sat on the beach for a while before heading to Phantom where I’d snagged a last minute cabin rental for two nights. We settled in and got our hikers stew from the cantina (which is finally open for indoor eating again, yay!). Showers weren’t working but I didn’t really mind that since it was a bit chilly.

Next morning we headed up to Ribbon and Upper Ribbon. Again, an empty trail (at this point it was a little bizarre to hike for miles and miles and not see a soul, but I wasn’t complaining about it). :)

Ate lunch at Ribbon and then headed to Upper. Explored the area around upper and looked at the archaeology and then headed back to Phantom. Another happy evening of hiker stew.

Next morning we headed up Bright Angel and didn’t see anyone from the river through the corkscrew up Bright Angel and then again didn’t see anyone from Havasupai Gardens to 3 mile resthouse. Once I got a little service at 3 mile I checked the weather and realized that’s why I didn’t see anyone coming down, snowstorm projected for the area to start in the evening. That makes a bit more sense why the canyon was absolutely dead on a holiday weekend.

The mud appeared around 3 mile resthouse and then at 1.5 mile we put on our microspikes. Snow for the last half mile was a bit thick. But, I’d rather hike this in the cold any day over the heat of summer.

All in all a great canyon trip.
 
Dec 18 2022
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Crucifix CanyonPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 18 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking4.21 Miles 1,058 AEG
Hiking4.21 Miles
1,058 ft AEG
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Finally checked this one off my wishlist today! It’s been on there for awhile and when I saw the nice overcast skies I knew today was the day.

Headed up to Black Cross Butte to take the mesa across and check out the cave and get a view of the river from above. Dropped down into the canyon using Andy’s route. Decent little loop! Holy moly catclaw once you get closer to the canyon bottom. We went a little ways down canyon once we dropped into the canyon and then headed back up canyon. Lots of little pools along the bottom which was nice. Overall such a great day and can’t wait to come back out here to play around on the mesas more.
 
Dec 09 2022
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Bootjack - Rock Spring TrailsBay Area, CA
Bay Area, CA
Hiking avatar Dec 09 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking4.20 Miles 600 AEG
Hiking4.20 Miles
600 ft AEG
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My boss told me the week prior I was getting sent to San Fran for work so naturally I had to stop by one of my favorite places in Northern California- Muir Woods. It had been a few years since I’d visited, I was lucky someone told me you now need car parking reservations for the national monument.

Got a reservation for 10:00 a.m. and since it was drizzling I was pleasantly surprised that the place was mostly deserted. Because the trees are so thick the canopy actually keeps you pretty dry while you’re hiking around so it was a great day to hike there and not encounter others. I love how close this place is to the city yet it’s utter silence inside when you’re hiking through the trees. On my last trip I did the dipsea trail so this time I did a big loop.

Highly recommend if you’re visiting the Bay Area. It’s so close that it’s really a shame if you don’t make it over here. The coastal redwoods are beautiful and the plant life is just stunning.
 
Dec 04 2022
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Bridal WreathTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 04 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking5.90 Miles 1,121 AEG
Hiking5.90 Miles
1,121 ft AEG
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Decided to finally check this one off since it was raining I figured it wouldn’t be busy. My suspicions were correct and it was a ghost town. Hiked through the fog which was nice. No shade so I would hate to do this one in the summer or sun. Barely a trickle at the falls.
 
Nov 19 2022
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Ramsey Canyon TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 19 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking2.10 Miles 700 AEG
Hiking2.10 Miles
700 ft AEG
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My mom finally requested to see some fall colors and so I decided Ramsey would be the perfect spot to take her and win back her trust of hiking with me after the last time I said a hike was doable and ended up dragging her up Picketpost. 😈

We got there at 9:10 and I’m glad we did because I forgot how small that parking lot is. Was a bit chilly in the morning but a nice fall chill.

Because we were one of the first ones to arrive we were greeted by tons of deer on the trail. Not too many birds out, however.

Leisurely strolled along the trail and looked for birds. The fall colors are still gorgeous but in the afternoon the wind picked up and I’d say they’re going to be on the ground in the next day or so.

After doing a nice little incline up to the overlook we headed back down and someone was having a wedding by the creek.

Scooted by that event and headed towards the exit. Great weather all day.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Substantial
 
Nov 13 2022
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Manville - Cactus Wren loopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 13 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking4.50 Miles 231 AEG
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231 ft AEG
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Stopped here for a quick sunset hike on my way back to Phoenix. Only two other cars out here, so it was nice. Signal Hill is always a favorite with the petroglyphs and there’s some nice saguaros along this loop. One of my favorite sunset spots in the park.
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Nov 13 2022
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32 female
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 Phoenix, AZ
Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 13 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking2.30 Miles 10 AEG
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Nice little nature walk around the preserve. Most trees have dropped all their leaves and the wind was blowing pretty steadily. Super muddy near the spring. Beautiful near the creek and tons of blue jays and woodpeckers. Nice stroll near the creek for a Sunday.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Light
 
Nov 12 2022
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Ash Creek - GaliuroTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 12 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking8.00 Miles 1,496 AEG
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Decided to head to Ash Creek to enjoy the fall colors in all their glory. Beautiful day and the colors are definitely peak right now. Saw a ton of deer, probably because I was hiking solo and quietly, so managed to sneak up on them.

Went a little past the upper ash spring to get a good lookout point near the saddle towards Bassett.

All in all a really good day, definitely the right time to go for the fall leaves.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Extreme
 
Nov 11 2022
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Madera Nature Trail #88Tucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 11 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking3.25 Miles 973 AEG
Hiking3.25 Miles
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Decided to do a pre-sunset hike around Madera. Not crowded at all which was nice and saw some deer and turkeys. Water flowing nicely and leaves still are nice and colorful.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Substantial
 
Nov 06 2022
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Black Mesa RuinsPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 06 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking1.65 Miles 655 AEG
Hiking1.65 Miles   2 Hrs   26 Mns   0.93 mph
655 ft AEG      39 Mns Break
 
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Decided to end my weekend on a jaunt up to Black Mesa. Lots of cactus dodging. Took a pretty direct route and scrambled up the rocks on the west of the butte. Nice site and rock art.
 
Oct 23 2022
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See Canyon Trail #184Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 23 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking3.40 Miles 892 AEG
Hiking3.40 Miles
892 ft AEG
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Took advantage of the Sunday morning rain and headed to See to check on the fall colors. Was excited to see a nearly empty lot with only one other vehicle. Last year I came here second weekend of November and so I wanted to compare the two.

Still fairly early. Not peak for most of the trail. But also some great color early on in the trail and on the west side of the creek in certain spots. Still totally worth it to go. I think in a week it should be looking very nice.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Moderate
 
Oct 22 2022
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Anchas Meandering, AZ 
Anchas Meandering, AZ
 
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AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
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Meandered around Reynolds, Abbeys Trail, went to Aztec, messed around by Workman for a bit, went off trail to look at some aspens. Just enjoyed the scenery and lack of people out this way.

Stayed at a cabin I’d booked at Rocking X Ranch, actually decent spot to stay when exploring the area. About 30 minutes south of Young. Was glad I booked it because the rain and wind picked up at night.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Moderate
Moderate foliage. Some bare aspens and also some trees near the creeks that are still turning.
 
Jun 11 2022
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Aravaipa CanyonGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 11 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking12.10 Miles 200 AEG
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Headed in from the East TH. Decided to stop by Turkey Creek Dwelling before heading into the canyon. On the drive in crossed the creek a bunch, it was actually really fun driving through the creek crossings. Road seemed nice to me, no concerns or issues.

Didn’t see anyone else during the entire trek in Aravaipa. Saw a group had camp set up near Deer Creek but never saw them.

It was hot AF. Water was even warm. Made it to Booger Canyon, explored up Deer Creek, explored a little up and around other canyons. Set up our hammocks back before Deer Creek.

Wind was insane in the late afternoon/evening. Never saw any snakes. Only a few deer, quite a few turkey, one coatimundi and a skunk that snuck up on me right before dark. Was worried about that one!

As always, so pretty. Although I don’t think I’ll ever plan a backpacking trip during a heat wave here again.
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Apr 17 2022
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Bell Trail to the Crack - Wet Beaver CreekCamp Verde, AZ
Camp Verde, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 17 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking10.30 Miles 520 AEG
Hiking10.30 Miles   10 Hrs      1.03 mph
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Decided to head here early in the morning with the goal of heading past the crack and up the creek. Got to the crack super quick and was the only one there. Reminded me of how this place used to be in the 90’s before the hordes came. Oh nostalgia.

Anyway, headed up creek. Glad I had my trekking poles (thanks for the recommendation in your triplog Chumley) because holy hell those rocks are so slippery. Tons of poison ivy around too so parts of the trek I just tried to stay in the water. Brought a floatie for the swimmers and slotted up areas which were actually quite refreshing because it was a scorcher today.

Finally turned around because I found a slow leak in my floatie and I took a nasty spill slipping on these slippery rocks. Damn rocks.

When I finally got back to the crack there was actually only 8 people there. Shocked. I guess no one wants to hike a hike to the Wet Beaver’s Crack on Easter. 😂
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Wildflowers Observation Light
 
Apr 02 2022
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Brins Mesa Trail #119Sedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 02 2022
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking3.60 Miles 541 AEG
Hiking3.60 Miles
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This trail provides much needed solitude, as it is way less busy than most Sedona trails. There are quite a few wildflowers along the trail and there’s actually a decent amount of shade on the portion of the trail near Dry Creek. Hiking all the way up to the mesa of course gets warm, but I highly recommend if you’re looking for some solitude in Sedona.
 
Nov 13 2021
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Lower Rhyolite Canyon to Sarah Deming to HOR, AZ 
Lower Rhyolite Canyon to Sarah Deming to HOR, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 13 2021
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking7.30 Miles 1,698 AEG
Hiking7.30 Miles   3 Hrs   20 Mns   2.69 mph
1,698 ft AEG      37 Mns Break
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Took lower rhyloite to sarah deming to heart of rocks. Trails in great condition and actually mostly shaded until the ascent to heart of rocks. Ran into a couple of deer and found some bear scat off trail in the canyon off lower rhyolite. It was pretty toasty up in heart of rocks, definitely felt the heat.

Best part of the day was running into about fifty coatimundi. There were so many I couldn’t even keep track of them.

Love how much wildlife there is here and also loved the fact that it wasn’t crowded at all.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Isolated
 
Oct 10 2021
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Abineau - Bear Jaw LoopFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Oct 10 2021
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking7.35 Miles 1,937 AEG
Hiking7.35 Miles   5 Hrs   2 Mns   1.46 mph
1,937 ft AEG
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Hiked my favorite trail in Flagstaff yesterday! Went up Abineau and down Bear Jaw. The fall colors are definitely at peak or even past peak at higher elevations on Waterline Road. A ton of leaves have already fallen and there’s pockets of trees that are already bare. Best display of color is coming down Bear Jaw as you turn off Waterline.

Not very many people on the trail. We started a bit later in the day to avoid crowds. Probably passed four groups as we were hiking up Abineau, saw four mountain bikers on waterline and one other hiker and that was it.

Also found a few fresh piles of bear scat off trail in Bear Jaw canyon. I’ve ran into a few bears in the area before so not surprised.

Great weather and tons of solitude on the trail. Headed up yesterday because a windstorm is supposed to be coming through Flagstaff. Not sure how long the leaves will last in the wind.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Substantial
Most aspens have turned with only a few lower elevation ones that still have pockets of green closer to the trailhead. Waterline Road is peak or slightly past peak. Bear Jaw is at peak.
 
Sep 05 2020
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Hidden Lake LookoutNorth Cascades, WA
North Cascades, WA
Hiking avatar Sep 05 2020
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking8.75 Miles 3,392 AEG
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Headed up to the PNW for some Labor Day weekend hiking. Our first stop, Hidden Lake. Before getting into the trail it’s important to note the road conditions. Hopped in with a friend who has a Jeep so we made it just fine but there were multiple people stuck, people being towed out, and vehicles off the road. It’s a very narrow road with high clearance necessary.

Now to the hike, started at about 7:30 a.m. Amazing temperatures, dew was glistening all over the plants and ferns in the forest. As we made our way up the switchbacks I was thankful we were in the morning shade. Every view was a treat as we were quickly above the clouds. We soon made our way to the first ridgeline and were rewarded with views of Mt. Baker peeking through the clouds.

Along the ridgeline the trail evens out which was a nice way to gain some distance quickly. Soon you head above the tree line. There’s some great campsites right at tree line.

Then you cross two snowfields which are right next to a great campground next to a creek of snow runoff. Ice cold water! Head up the boulders and you’ll be rewarded with views of Hidden Lake at the saddle.

But, don’t stop here! Continue up the saddle and then start the slog up the boulder field to the fire lookout. 365 degree views await you at the top!

Had beautiful weather the entire day, sunshine and no rain!

Easy hike down once you’re over the boulder field. The worst part of heading back was the drive, got stuck behind a Tesla that had tried to make it up the road and was needing to get towed out. Managed to squeeze past their disabled vehicle only to be greeted by two more disabled vehicles on the 4 mile dirt road down.
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Wildflowers Observation Moderate
 
Aug 31 2020
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Horton Creek Trail #285Payson, AZ
Payson, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 31 2020
AshleyannmarieTriplogs 27
Hiking7.40 Miles 1,155 AEG
Hiking7.40 Miles   2 Hrs   47 Mns   2.66 mph
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Working remote sure has its perks. Decided to work remote in Payson and hit up Horton in the late afternoon. Not busy at all and had a little sprinkle of rain but otherwise pleasant.

About 2.5 miles in I heard a bunch of branches crackling and managed to see a little black bear about 100 feet away running the other direction. Continued up the trail but didn’t get another sight of him.

At the springs there were actually a decent amount of mosquitos, not sure if it was the humidity or what but was glad I had used bug spray.

Ran across a pretty good size elk about a mile from the TH on my way back. I think I scared him more than he scared me! Definitely way better to do this trail on a weekday.
 
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