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Jan 06 2018
wallyfrack
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 Routes 91
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60 male
 Joined Mar 11 2003
 AZ
Tule to PeraltaGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Jan 06 2018
wallyfrack
Hiking14.10 Miles 2,033 AEG
Hiking14.10 Miles   5 Hrs   42 Mns   2.47 mph
2,033 ft AEG
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I thought I'd bring this one out of the archives. Okay I only hiked the last seven miles in and out but I was on the route. Maybe next week I will hike the other end. The trail was empty on the way in but I saw several hikers on the way back. The Peralta parking lot was full and Carney Springs was overflowing.
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Nov 27 2010
joebartels
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51 male
 Joined Nov 20 1996
 Phoenix, AZ
Tule to PeraltaGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 27 2010
joebartels
Hiking38.15 Miles 7,260 AEG
Hiking38.15 Miles   17 Hrs   10 Mns   2.22 mph
7,260 ft AEG
 
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drewboy
jack swilling
wallyfrack
With ten minutes of the day wasted we got hiking at 12:10am. The weather for the day was perfect save 2 hours of wind in the beginning. Chills set in if you stopped for more than five minutes. Overall much better than anticipated. Lucky too as I packed extra light with only one long sleeve and one short sleeve wicking shirts, no jacket.

We cleared the first 3rd of the hike to Reavis Creek. Took a moderate six hours since this was the bulk of AEG. Here we pumped water then woke?, met and chatted with Andy, Mike and Daren for about 45min total. Most know the bond Drewboy and azmike share... Still on par this outting wearing matching smurf booties :sk:

Finally had the chance to hike Frog Tanks #112 & NW section of Roger's Canyon Trail #110. Both were at peak Autumn foliage in with Sycamores a stunning orange tossed in with some hearty yellows on others. Rogers is pretty dang cool. I'll definitely be back to enjoy this one in the future.

My memories of Randolph being a cool little jaunt from Woodbury faded as we cursed the boulder hopping on this extended hike. Bob and I checked out a couple side trails near Reeds Water waiting for Wally. Missed him then boogied back to the trailhead to enjoy a comfy seat in the truck.

We finished at 5:20pm. Realized the backpackers hadn't finished completing the car shuttle so we waited a cold hour and forty mins. Gave 'em hell, thanked 'em too (very much appreciated) for making this day possible. Thanks to all the day hikers and backpackers! Thanks to Darrell and his friend for waiting to be sure our ride showed up :)

The catsclaw is overrated, it really wasn't much of a factor. Anyone that wants to complain about catsclaw needs to be sure and hike the Twin Peaks Trail in the Bradshaws before making assumptions of the definition of bad. This proved to be the easiest and most difficult 38 mile hike of my life, it was my first :D

Autumn Foliage was substantial in the canyons. Since it was maybe a 1/4 of this hike I only went with moderate.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Moderate
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Nov 27 2010
BobP
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59 male
 Joined Feb 26 2008
 Scottsdale, AZ
Tule to PeraltaGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 27 2010
BobP
Hiking38.10 Miles 7,260 AEG
Hiking38.10 Miles
7,260 ft AEG
 
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azmike
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drewboy
jack swilling
joebartels
wallyfrack
This one was almost twice as long as any hike I've done all year. I definitely want to get back and do the first part so I can see what it looks like. Hiking in the dark has the advantage of not seeing the climb though.

If your interested in joining the FI club...I heard their(intentionally wrong) looking for recruits ;). It was good seeing you guys.

I reached one of my goals on this hike...I have now hiked with 50 HAZ members.
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Rogers Monster Agave
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Nov 27 2010
wallyfrack
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 Routes 91
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60 male
 Joined Mar 11 2003
 AZ
Tule to PeraltaGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 27 2010
wallyfrack
Hiking38.10 Miles 7,260 AEG
Hiking38.10 Miles   17 Hrs   10 Mns   2.22 mph
7,260 ft AEG
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HAZ - Event
azmike
AZOutdoorsman
BobP
drewboy
jack swilling
joebartels
As usual on an evening start I got in a one hour nap but couldn't fall asleep a few hours before the hike. The start at 12:10 was great. I lost the hat Boone found on C2C running to catch up but the South-North crew found it on the trip out. (Thanks) The temps were nice out of the wind but in the wind I kept moving. We lost the trail a few times but the GPS track was good so we found it without much trouble. On Two Bar approaching Gap Bob and Joe went up and the rest of us found the trail trending down. We yelled to them but somehow got about 1/4+ mile lead. It's interesting to watch the headlamps coming down the trail from a distance especially while you rest and eat. I stumbled on the overnighters camp while the other guys were filtering water from Reavis Creek. I must admit the booties are fashionable. :lol: The daylight is always a welcome site. The morning seems to recharge me mentally and makes trail finder easier. Of course the guy who lost his hat had a few problems hiking into the morning sun but found his way back to the group. The rock hopping and sand in Randolph was draining my energy but once we got to the trail on Coffee Flat I felt much better. It was good to meet Andy, Mike & Daren and great hiking with Darrell, Jon and those other two guys.
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Nov 27 2010
AZOutdoorsman
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 Joined Jan 16 2004
 Chandler, AZ
Tule to PeraltaGlobe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 27 2010
AZOutdoorsman
Hiking38.30 Miles 7,262 AEG
Hiking38.30 Miles   17 Hrs   10 Mns   2.23 mph
7,262 ft AEG
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azmike
BobP
drewboy
jack swilling
joebartels
wallyfrack
Hiked from one end of the Supes Wilderness to the other on a "dayhike" with a few guys from HAZ. Did the 38.3 mile/ 7,262' AEC hike in just over 17 hours. We started in the dark at 12:10 am and finished at 5:20 pm. Thanks to Joe for organizing, Wally for driving, Jon for trail conversation and Slawa for dropping me off and picking me up. Great hike! : )
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Nov 26 2010
drewboy
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64 male
 Joined Aug 03 2004
 Gold Canyon, AZ
Tule Canyon Trail #122Globe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 26 2010
drewboy
Hiking37.50 Miles 8,000 AEG
Hiking37.50 Miles   20 Hrs      1.88 mph
8,000 ft AEG
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1st trip
We were in the backpacking group that coordinated a shuttle with the single day hikers. We started at Peralta trailhead at first light around 7:00AM. We got to Randolph Spring around 11:00AM, and stopped for lunch. I agree with other posters that the catsclaw through Angel Basin wasn't as bad as feared. The section of Frog Tanks between Angel Basin and Fish Creek really slowed us up. We finally gave up trying to find the trails and just slogged it out in the creek bed. Ended up busting one of my hiking poles and took a good tumble. Lots of good water sources along that stretch. Finally put on the headlamps near the end of the last big climb heading out of the canyon and towards Plow Spring. We got to Reavis Gap at 8:00PM, 13 hours later and set up camp and enjoyed a nice meal and some adult beverages. Got a 6:30AM wakeup call from our HAZ day hiker group passing through and had a good chat before they headed on around 7:00AM. We hit the trail around 9:15AM and got to Tule trailhead at 4:15PM, 7 hours later. We stopped for lunch at the bottom of the canyon that branches off from Pine Canyon, just West of 2 Bar Mountain and enjoyed the spectacular views along 2 Bar Ridge. After our 13 hour hike from Peralta the day before, it just didn't occur to us the day hikers were planning to trail run and get through in 10.5 hours! We stopped in Roosevelt for a burger and beer and got to Peralta trailhead at 7:00PM, to find a group of hikers huddling around in the cold. Boy did I feel bad. All in all, an incredible adventure and I still have a few aches and pains to remind me of what we just did. Thanks to all the day hikers for being such good sports and to Mike and Daren for the great company on the trail.
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Autumn Foliage Observation Moderate
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