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Aug 16 2022
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Arcadia Trail #328Tucson, AZ
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Chad & Addie's annual mountain raspberry picking trip!
From Shannon CG, took the Arcadia trail out to about 1 mile and back.
Both our mason jars were full of sweets by the time we got back to Shannon :y:
We then drove back down the mountain and hiked to Cluff Dairy to check on apples & grapes.
Grapes are not even close to ready and the apple trees have already been picked almost clean, 2 apples left that we ate up on our hike back out.
Then a stop at Arcadia and hike down to Wet Canyon for some creek time.
RTM CG was the last mountain stop for a little R&R.
Roper Lake stop back in town to check water flow ended this fun day trip.
Wildlife - I think this was my first time ever spotting 2 endangered species in one day!
Mt Graham Red Squirrel up high & 2 Mexican Spotted Owls down low.
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Aug 05 2022
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Arcadia Trail #328Tucson, AZ
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Wanted just an R&R trip up in the pines, a couple short hikes happened.
First the Arcadia Trail sucked me in up to the first creek crossing.
Then back at Arcadia CG I hiked down to Wet Canyon.
Along the way I had another encounter with an endangered Mexican Spotted Owl.
This one let me get very close, like 5 feet close ... cool!
After my two short hikes it was back to Arcadia for dinner, campfire & stars.
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Jun 13 2022
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Wet CanyonTucson, AZ
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2 previous days with big storms hitting the mountain.
Thought I would go up and check water flow.
Wet Canyon - Hiked up to the 1st waterfall. There was decent flow, there always is up there.
Noon Creek - Hiked up to the upper crossing. No flow, just pools.
RTN - Parked low and hiked up to the Jacobson overlook for some views down onto town. Then back down for some camp chair sitting waiting for the full moon to rise.
June's Strawberry moon looked very cool and was worth the 1 hour wait!
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May 21 2022
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Wet CanyonTucson, AZ
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Solo afternoon trip around the Arcadia area.
Wet Canyon - 100 yards down the trail and I came face to face with an endangered Mexican Spotted Owl! Cool, I've never seen one down in this canyon before. This short hike down is very beautiful right now and the creek had some decent flow.
Arcadia Nature Trail - Love hiking this old forgotten "secret" trail. Took it to it's short end at the Noon Creek Ridge overlook.
Arcadia Trail - Just a bit up this one to the creek crossing. Sun went down here and it was time to git.
Really nice afternoon. Kind of a little too busy up there for my liking, but it's Saturday :|
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Nov 07 2021
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Swift Trail (State Hwy 366)Tucson, AZ
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Scenic drive up for a last look at the colors.
Past peak above 6000 feet, but still really nice.
Also made a couple stops for some short hikes into the foliage.
Good trip up!
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Oct 27 2021
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Ladybug Peak 8780Tucson, AZ
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Went up the mountain to view fall colors.
A few short hikes along the way.
Wet Canyon, Mile Post 127 Canyon, Ladybug Peak & Twilight (below cabins).
Every place about peak now.
Colorful trip!
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Oct 10 2021
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Twilight SpringTucson, AZ
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3 mornings short & sweet's
At Twilight I hiked the back trail to the Heliograph Peak view.
Wet Canyon just up to the waterfall.
Up Jacobson to the swimming pool.
Fun morning.
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Jul 03 2021
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First stop at Angle Orchard, the peaches are ready.
Second stop at Wet Canyon to show a waterfall.
Then the hike ... High Peak :next: Big Creek :next: Swift Trail for the loop with Jayden.
Stormy clouds above all day.
Lots of thunder.
Only felt rain on the upper Big Creek trail for about 1/2 hour.
Had a brief hike through the clouds.
Temps never got over 70.
Lots of people on the mountain today.
Sunset was viewed at the Arrow Tree overlook before heading back down.
A well spent Saturday on Graham.
Thanks Jay
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Sep 01 2020
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Shake Trail #309Tucson, AZ
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High chance of thunderstorms projected so I just did some favorite quick out-n-backs.
Shake - Down to the meadow and back. Usually full of sunflowers this time of the year, but not this year.
Twilight - Haven't tried this one since the fire. It's in bad shape and I bailed on this one after only 1/4 mile.
Wet - From Upper Arcadia down the canyon a bit then back. Good water flow and very beautiful.
Noon - From RTM down to the first crossing and back. No water flowing, just a couple of puddles.
6 does, 1 fawn, turkey vulture and several Abert's were spotted this afternoon.

Saw some turning leaves up high & talked with a couple of archery hunters glassing down low,
Summer is starting to wind down ...
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Mar 16 2020
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Wet CanyonTucson, AZ
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Wet Canyon loop using the Swift Trail back down.
Good creek flow today.
Every time I go up this canyon it has been altered again by flooding, kind of like hiking a new canyon every time.
Took a break at Arcadia before the walk back down.
Beautiful throughout!
Arcadia CG was stocked with TP :y:
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Oct 07 2019
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Wet CanyonTucson, AZ
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First up Wet Canyon to the climbing wall then back.
Second up to the Noon Creek upper crossing then back.
Low water flow at both.
Can see lots of turning aspens up high.
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Sep 23 2019
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First took Arcadia up to the Wet Canyon crossing.
The crossing is now a bit dangerous from all the flooding.
Dropped in and took the canyon down for the first time ever ... and probably last!
Slow going rock hop and path finding adventure.
Exited at the Wet Canyon trail up to Arcadia.
Tough going route, but a lot of fun.
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Jul 01 2019
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Short one down the upper section from upper Arcadia.
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Jun 24 2019
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Up Wet Canyon to the climbing rock and back.
Arcadia NT up to my spot for sunning and a hammock hang.
A good morning to start the day!
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Jul 28 2018
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Pinalenos East Side, AZ 
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1st trip
Sun up to sun down day trip starting from the top at Ladybug Saddle and working my way down the Swift Trail to the bottom. Ladybugs-spotted owls-berries-apples was the plan ..... 1 out of 4 accomplished :|

Ladybug Peak - Not 1 single bug on top, where are they?
Bear Canyon - Hiked the upper trail down from Ladybug to the Bear/Dutch T. Always an enjoyable scenic stretch down with many very nice places to camp. Had a real nice 2 hour hammock camp here before returning back up to the saddle.
Dutch Henry - Ole Dutch has seen better days, could only get about .25 mile down the path before the mountain starts to reclaim it. This is where the spotted owls live and I believe FS will never (I've heard) repair this trail to help further protect them. No owls found on this once outstanding trail.
Twilight Spring - Drove down to Twilight road and hiked in to the spring. The biggest patches of wild raspberries I've ever found are along this trail and it was not a question of them being there, but will they be there? As I made my way many of the berries had been picked by bears or others?, but there were still plenty left to fill my cup all the way down to the spring. The yellow sunflowers at the spring I anticipated were surprisingly out of peak, but that was OK as I had a cup full of wild berries to eat while I rested. My poo will look amazing soon!
Jacobson Sawmill - I then drove down to Jacobson and hiked in to the old Cluff Dairy to maybe pick some apples. Arrived to see way too many people camping at the dairy and that ended my apple picking dreams. The worst decision FS ever made was removing the gate and allowing people to drive down to this old historic area. Artifacts have been replaced with trash.
Arcadia - Stopped at the CG and hiked down to Wet Canyon to check the creek flow. Wet Canyon continues to flood and I still can not believe what this canyon now looks like since the fire!
RTM CG - Last stop down the Swift Trail was made at RTM for sunset and a walk down to Noon Creek.

No ladybugs,spotted owls or apples, but I did get my berries!
Along the way I spotted - 3 deer, 2 Abert's, turkey vultures, skunk, Mexican jays & a bobcat. Also heard but not spotted were many turkeys (Bear Canyon) and something big breaking tree limbs down in Dutch Henry Canyon ..... maybe a Preston Yeti?
I choose the East side on this day because all of these trails/area were Not affected by the Frye Fire and all looked great ..... I needed a no burn day :)
Wonderful trip!
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Noon Creek Ridge Trail #318Tucson, AZ
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Got on Noon Creek Loop before sunrise.
Watched the sun come up on Noon Creek Ridge.
Exited down on the cutoff trail.
Swift Trail up to Arcadia.
Wet Canyon down.
Swift Trail back to the start for the figure 8.
The Noon Creek trails were great! Very scenic and a lot of fun. The Ridge and Cutoff trails are a little overgrown, but nothing too difficult to follow.
Arcadia and the Swift Trail as beautiful as always.

Wet Canyon ..... WOW ..... it was like hiking down a brand new canyon! Major flooding has altered this canyon beyond belief. I will dearly miss the old canyon that was chocked full of thick foliage and wonderful plant life ..... but this new look of a wider, deeper, boulder blanketed with new waterfalls and now clear of obstructions up & down looked something special to me ..... I think many will like it too. I just hope FS rebuilds the old picnic grounds at the lower bridge.

Another good one on Graham!
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Mount Baldy Peak 8359 - Pinaleno MtnsTucson, AZ
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Swift Trail (366) has been re-opened up to Ladybug Saddle ..... again. Flooding continues to be a problem at Wet Canyon and has closed the road I believe 3 times now since the Frye Fire.

Headed up with the first stop at Wet Canyon crossing. And as pre-warned, ADOT has removed the old 1935 historic CCC bridge. Another historic Pinaleno structure lost forever :pk: ! The flooding at Wet Canyon has been violent and I along with a few others were shocked at the "new" look of the entrance to this most loved canyon/picnic area, but to remove the old bridge was IMO unnecessary & lazy. ADOT does own the road (and old bridge) and because of that can do as they please ..... whatever!

I then drove up to Arcadia CG and hiked down to Upper Wet Canyon. Again as the lower crossing, completely changed forever from the flooding, but in a good cleaned out/opened up way. Before/after pics won't be believed to those who know Wet Canyon. Then it was off to my main hike for the day up to Mount Baldy Peak.

Took Turkey Flat up, hung a right onto the Ladybug Trail, then off-trailed up to the peak. Took in the outstanding views on top, ate lunch & signed the ammo box register before leaving. Beautiful hike back down through the pines on this very scenic trail.

Last stop was on the drive back down to Noon Creek to check things out. This is the lowest burn area on this side of the mountain and all trails here are posted closed indefinitely, the picnic grounds are open.

Wildlife spotted - 6 white-tails, 4 Abert's, skunk, spiny lizards, butterflies and many vocal hawks & vultures up high.

:( & :x & :D

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May 10 2017
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Grant Hill LoopTucson, AZ
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With stormy weather over Mt Graham this am, today's trip became quite a memorable one .....

Headed up early for a full day on top. By the time I reached Ladybug Saddle at 7am I was driving through the low flying clouds with 30 degree temps and a light snow falling all the way to Grant Hill. Grant Hill was my main focus to get done today and I choose the outer loop clockwise. Man oh man ..... crazy cold May overcast snowy weather and I was not sure how this was gonna go. Overcast, sunny, overcast, etc ... the first half of the hike. Arrived at the second big overlook and hung my hammock, boiled up some coffee and watched as clouds came up the mountain side and engulfed this 9000 ft overlook and started to drop "styrofoam" snow. Packed up quick and headed down the other half as it just came down harder. I thought wow ... in May, it was beautifully cool! Made it back around and after a short hike down the Swift Trail to check out the big meadows, I drove a bit down the road to High Peak #507.

At High Peak I checked out an old Spur road I've wanted to hike for ever and today I finally did. It was one of those "why haven't I ever been down this" moments. What a cool scenic old forest road it was that hugs around the mountain side with brand new views worth seeing. I created a page for this one and can't wait to show it to partners (attn:Preston).
I also made a short stop at Wet Canyon on the drive down home to check on things. The canyon is now full of the most columbine flowers I have ever seen in one place and everything is green, green & green!

4 white-tails, 3 Abert's & 1 of them little controversial red squirrels were the animals spotted on this trip.

I am one of those people that loves to hike in stormy weather and I'm always excited to find a new trail on Graham so today was a GREAT DAY on the mountain!
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Apr 26 2017
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Wet CanyonTucson, AZ
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First stop Wet Canyon - Always beautiful, but a little early for the good stuff. Lots of winter damage this year up the canyon, turned around at the climbing wall due to the new dead fall.
Second stop Twilight Canyon - Nice short side drainage along the Swift Trail. Another beautiful area with a gently flowing creek. Took it just a bit up before climbing was required.
Third stop Arcadia Nature Trail - On the drive back down stopped for this cool little trail that took me up to the great view down on Wet Canyon & Noon Creek Ridge.
Another few hours well spent in the backyard!
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My annual autumn color chase up into my favorite "honey hole".
Last year was fab, this year not so much :(
There was some good color in places, but most of the canyon lacked the Pop I'm use to.
Still a very enjoyable hike up with good water flowing down.
I completed the loop using the Swift Trail back down then drove up the Swift Trail and was able to find a few more good color patches along the switchbacks. 1 doe & 1 Abert's squirrel was spotted along the way.
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