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Diamond Mountain 5120 - Tonto NF - 5 members in 14 triplogs have rated this an average 2.8 ( 1 to 5 best )
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Aug 16 2021
david_allen_3
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43 male
 Joined Feb 13 2006
 Phoenix, AZ
Diamond Mountain 5120 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 16 2021
david_allen_3
Hiking1.52 Miles 1,191 AEG
Hiking1.52 Miles
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Started hike late in the day. Camped overnight on the east slope of Diamond Mtn about 4200 ft. Temp overnight was around 70 degrees. Near perfect, a little damp but really didnt notice it too much around that temperature and much better than camping in the low 80s in the valley. Trail was soggy in places but not much water running in the drainages as you would think. The mtn absorbs quite a bit apparently. Water at Oneil Spring as always and trickle of water in drainage just before the spring. Saw deer tracks. Few to no mosquitos.
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Wildflowers Observation Light

water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water less than max O'Neil Spring Gallon per minute Gallon per minute
Quart to gallon per minute. Spring box full.
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Mar 15 2021
david_allen_3
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43 male
 Joined Feb 13 2006
 Phoenix, AZ
Diamond Mountain 5120 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 15 2021
david_allen_3
Hiking1.52 Miles 1,191 AEG
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Nice cool day. A little chilly as the clouds rolled in. Green grass. Rabbits.

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max Diamond Creek Pools to trickle Pools to trickle
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Aug 18 2018
david_allen_3
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43 male
 Joined Feb 13 2006
 Phoenix, AZ
Diamond Mountain 5120 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
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david_allen_3
Hiking1.52 Miles 1,191 AEG
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Enjoyed another cool evening mtn hike in the rain cooled mid 70s vs a humid 99 degrees in the valley that never cools off. Saw deer, rabbits and quail. 2 drainages off Diamond Mtn were trickling water.
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Wildflowers Observation Isolated

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max O'Neil Spring Dripping Dripping
Catch basin, trough was full and overflowing. Water also found in ravine just before O'Neil ravine.
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Jul 07 2017
CannondaleKid
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71 male
 Joined May 04 2004
 Mesa, AZ
Diamond Mountain Summit Loop, AZ 
Diamond Mountain Summit Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jul 07 2017
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Hiking6.70 Miles 2,385 AEG
Hiking6.70 Miles   5 Hrs   19 Mns   1.32 mph
2,385 ft AEG      15 Mns Break26 LBS Pack
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Clockwise so it was steep uphill from the start.
Scared up two deer within 100 yards of TH, probably because I was upwind.
Scared up three large does while on the first ridge. No photos either time.
A brutal hike... 95° @8 am, 114° @2 pm.
Emptied 100 oz bladder and 32 oz bottle of mix within 3 hours, had to stretch a 20 oz bottle of water for over 2 hours, ran out with 30 minutes to go. Leg cramps back at car.
Drank a gallon of fluids and ate a meal before getting back home (~8 lbs) and weighing myself I was 4.5 lbs less than when I left. So how much did I lose?
8 + 4.5 = 12.5 lbs!!!
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Feb 20 2015
Charger55
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42 male
 Joined Oct 19 2010
 Mesa, AZ
Diamond Mountain 5120 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
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Charger55
Hiking3.04 Miles 1,191 AEG
Hiking3.04 Miles   3 Hrs      1.01 mph
1,191 ft AEG
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This trip was all about redemption. Two months ago I attempted this peak and failed to make the summit. That wasn't going to happen today. Instead of focusing on both Diamond Peak and Indian Spring Peak, I concentrated solely on Diamond. Indian Spring will have to wait until I can find a spotter to help me scale the rock wall. Diamond has no technical parts; just a complete absence of trails going to the summit. Deer paths come and go. Most of the trip was plowing through bushes. When I reached the summit I wasn't sure if the north peak or the south peak was the true summit. So I hit up both of them. Between the two is a small "lunar" valley; with grey dirt and red rocks. Lunch at the summit was a chicken salad sandwich.

On they way home I swung by Sycamore Creek. The flow was pretty good and the water was cold. A refreshing end to a successful trip.
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Jan 05 2015
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 Joined Jan 28 2010
 Fountain Hills,
Diamonds and Suns, AZ 
Diamonds and Suns, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Jan 05 2015
FLYING_FLIVER
Hiking5.51 Miles 1,600 AEG
Hiking5.51 Miles   7 Hrs   55 Mns   1.89 mph
1,600 ft AEG   5 Hrs    Break
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This hike consisted of locating a whole bunch of stuff.
It was alot of work and alot of fun.

“Diamond” and “Sun” - They are names put to most of the things I hiked to find.
Eight disks, two geocaches and a summit log. A total of eleven items, with six of them located atop Diamond Mountain. The other five items (all survey disks) were off the mountain in various areas nearby. I extended the normal Diamond Mtn hike, after descending the mountain, to locate those extra five items.

Diamond Mountain has no trail to the top. I initially took an east-west trail that passes north of the mountain, then bushwhacked up. No ‘trailblazing’ here, as a few HAZ members have done this route before. If I go up Diamond Mtn again, I’ll try a totally different track, from east to west, for variation.

The weather played a negative role in the up and down part of the hike.
On the day of the hike, temps were in the low 30s and the wind was moving at about 15 knots. Those two elements alone are no big deal, but the rain-in-the-Phoenix-valley 5 days prior, was snow on Diamond Mtn. The bushwhack part is very steep, and now with 6 to 8 inches of sloshy snow covering the slope, it made for a very slow, deliberate climb. By the time I descended the mountain, the warmth of the day had made the snow even more mushy and the ground below it was turning into mud. To be safe meant - “Go Slow”.
If I had a kevlar reinforced toboggan, I could have descended quite quickly, even over the rocks.

First I easily found the actual USGS benchmark disk. The rock it was on had no snow on it. (and I had the Lat/Long) There’s no datasheet available online for the BM (the datasheet would state the course to the two reference marks from the BM), but I knew there were two up there. My problem was, most of the rocks atop the mountain had alot of snow on them. I ‘de-snowed’ one reference mark quickly, but it took almost an hour to ‘shovel-with-my-boot’ a zillion rocks to finally locate the other one.
So, 3 out of 11 items found so far.

Next the summit log - Easy - A cairn shouts to its location.
4 items found.

Two geocaches were searched for and found. I don’t geocache per say, but one of them was placed by HAZ member ‘Southpawaz’ and I wanted to acknowledge is efforts of hauling an ammo can up there.
The second geocache is called an ‘Earthcache’. (Look it up if you desire).
I ‘virtually’ found that one also.
All 6 items on the mountain found. 5 more to go, once off the mountain.

I used the same track down to the trail (with a bit of tweaking), and used the trail until I veered off to the south, over a drainage and up a knoll.
I located another USGS benchmark.
7 items found.

Finally, I leisurely strolled over ‘hill-and-dale’ to locate SUN Triangulation Station and its 3 associated disks (including the all elusive Azimuth Mark).
11 out of 11 found.

With all that hunting, slipping and sliding in the snow, and snow shoveling, the hike took all day.
However, - - - WOW - - - -it was a fun adventure !!
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Dec 30 2014
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65 male
 Joined Jan 23 2008
 Phoenix, AZ
Diamond Mountain 5120 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 30 2014
AZWanderingBear
Hiking3.10 Miles 1,600 AEG
Hiking3.10 Miles   3 Hrs   20 Mns   1.33 mph
1,600 ft AEG   1 Hour    Break
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Nice cool day and the year's coming to an end. Haven't done much off trail hiking this year. Decided to combine some off trail with some geocaching and a little bush crafting to cover all my hobbies at one time. So off to Diamond Mountain I went.

I'd planned out some possible ways up and down, but as the old military saying goes, "no plan survives the first engagement." Mine didn't either, but not sure if the changes I made on the fly were better or worse than my plan. Either way, it is a haul up to the top of this mountain and there are lots of shin daggers and holly shrubs to make it even more interesting. Was in no hurry though, to I meandered a bit taking in what ever struck my fancy.

The two geocaches on the top were easy. I gathered some yucca stalks to try as a hand drill for making fire and some fronds the same plant to make some natural cordage.

Really great views from the summit. And excellent cell phone reception, too. Hung out at the top a while enjoying some snacks I brought along.

Came down using the route downloaded from HAZ. Man is that steep and overgrown. Kicked up a young doe on the way down. Lots of deer tracks all over the slopes of the mountain.

The cow trail was right where it should be at the bottom. Was nice walking on sort of decent ground and contouring. Enjoyed O'Neil Spring along the way back. The spring box was full of good water. Very nice little oasis with the sycamore trees. In the shade the shallow water was all ice. Gets cold at this elevation at night in the winter.

Fun hike, but reminded me why I like trails.
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Arizona Sycamore
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Dec 26 2014
Charger55
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 Joined Oct 19 2010
 Mesa, AZ
Indian Spring Peak 4900 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 26 2014
Charger55
Hiking6.00 Miles 1,069 AEG
Hiking6.00 Miles   5 Hrs      1.20 mph
1,069 ft AEG
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In an effort to get some off-trail experience under my belt before the HAZ Margie's Peak hike I decided to tackle Indian Spring Peak and Diamond Mountain. Both have been on my radar for over a year, it was just a matter of finding the right day. Turns out, today wasn't the right day.

Already I was off to a bad start when I overslept by over an hour. Too much eggnog, I guess... I fell even further behind the eight ball when I was witness to an incident along the Beeline Highway that required MCSO intervention. Nobody was seriously hurt, but that put me another two hours behind schedule. By the time I reached the trailhead I was contemplating just doing one of the peaks, not both.

I decided to play things by ear. There is an actual trail leading most of the way to Indian Spring Peak. It dead ends in a tall grass meadow at the base of the peak. From there it's off-trail to the peak. The actual summit is a Tom's Thumb like feature. Joe's triplog says it's doable. With a spotter I may have tried it. Solo is a different story. I was content with resting below the true summit, knowing that I'd be on top of Diamond Mountain in a couple of hours.

To reach Diamond Moutain I chose to traverse the ridgeline between the peaks. Down to one saddle, up to a flat mesa and down to another saddle. All off-trail. There was one more up-down in front of me before the final push to Diamond Mountain summit. I started to climb, but the vegetation was getting noticeably thicker. I was sarting to step less on the ground and more on bushes. This must be what they mean when they say the Mazatzals are some of the most rugged backcountry in the state. Pretty soon it was pure bushwhacking. I stopped to assess the situation. Water? Plenty. Snacks? A few. Energy? Fading, but I'm determined. Time? Maybe...maybe not.

It was after 3pm. At the rate I was moving I was looking at a 4:30 summit at the earliest. That left me with an hour to work my way down the mountain back to my car. After ten more minutes of hiking I realized I was still less than a quarter-mile above the saddle. There was no way I'd be back to my car by sunset.

The bushwhack back to the main trail took me 45 minutes. Then it was an easy hike back to the car, arriving shortly after 430pm. I failed to truly summit either Indian Spring Peak or Diamond Moutain. Deafeat was tough to concede, but it was the safest option. The mountains will always be there, and I'll be back to conquer them someday.

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Nov 22 2014
joebartels
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51 male
 Joined Nov 20 1996
 Phoenix, AZ
Indian Spring Peak - Diamond Mountain Loop, AZ 
Indian Spring Peak - Diamond Mountain Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 22 2014
joebartels
Hiking14.15 Miles 4,485 AEG
Hiking14.15 Miles   10 Hrs   32 Mns   1.48 mph
4,485 ft AEG   1 Hour    Break12 LBS Pack
 
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Intense saguaros west of Black Mesa on the Beeline near Sycamore Creek have intrigued me driving north for decades. This route didn't hit the hotspot yet now I understand the scree and saguaro show layout! Portions of our loop offered outstanding views. The incredible weather probably would have made anything seem great today, it was nice to be in an area I anticipated exploring.

We headed up the road in the crisp of morning. It was great to see Bruce after his week off for deer hunting. The off trail started out easy. We made it to ISP after dropping our packs at the saddle below. The peak has a short scramble to the top. Up the south end on the left of two crevices. Near the top slide right and up. Great holds, enough exposure to make you think, over quick if you keep moving, slight trust sliding back down to the ledge.

Over to 5120 for lunch. The short leaf aloe type plants along the way were the only annoying part of the hike. In areas they cluster in large circles. Met Frank on 5120 and chatted for awhile. Basically he's retired. Basically to 5120. Lunch on the edge with sweeping views from Ord to the Superstitions. Just yabba dabba doo fantastic.

Frank showed us a route down. We tried it. Off trail seemed easier and less brushy so we aborted back to the planned route. Heading SE off a tier below was steep, slick grass and oh heck it was awesome due to the weather.

1,500 feet lower we picked up FR1700 for a bit then off trailed back to square one.

Took 3 quarts, consumed 2. Pants are a must!
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Bartlett Reservoir
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Nov 22 2014
The_Eagle
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65 male
 Joined Jan 20 2009
 Far NE Phoenix,
Indian Spring Peak - Diamond Mountain Loop, AZ 
Indian Spring Peak - Diamond Mountain Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Nov 22 2014
The_Eagle
Hiking14.80 Miles 4,593 AEG
Hiking14.80 Miles   10 Hrs   32 Mns   1.55 mph
4,593 ft AEG   1 Hour    Break14 LBS Pack
 
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Great to be back home for a day after 8 days of snow every day and temps 11 - 28 and picking up a killer cold.

Joe threw out opt A, that I nixed, and then came up with this one that intrigued me. A new area to explore... yea!

We started gaining elevation for 2.5 miles on FR1333 until Joe's track took us cross country to Indian Spring Peak. Some sweet views on the way and at the Peak. Joe's showed off his mad climbing skills while I stayed below to try and catch the video that would have for sure gone viral. No luck, he made it up and down without incident.

Next, cross country following the Diamond Mountain ridge line. There were lots of sharp prodding plants that left me looking like a pin cushion, around the peak before peak 5013. If you try our route, go over the top instead of around the peak. Approaching Diamond Mountain Peak 5120, we noticed a person standing on top. We went over to meet Frank, who was camping up top and spends quite a bit of time up there. We had a nice conversation with him before having lunch and making our way down the side of the mountain.

Because of the slow going we scuttled our plans to climb over Black Mesa and 3570. We got back to the truck just before dark.

Video - :next: http://youtu.be/foLGRZOmTTg

On the way home on we passed up HAZ'ers Tricold & Slowandshadey.

We have a ridge & more left out there to 'splore some time soon.
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Saguaro - Crested
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Benchmark Cairn
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Diamond Mountain Indian Spring Peak
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Oct 25 2014
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47 male
 Joined Jul 27 2011
 Mesa AZ
Diamond Mountain 5120 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
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BEEBEE
Hiking4.52 Miles 1,569 AEG
Hiking4.52 Miles   6 Hrs   35 Mns   1.19 mph
1,569 ft AEG   2 Hrs   48 Mns Break18 LBS Pack
 
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I decided to keep it closer to home this weekend. This peak has been on my radar for a while to activate. The hike on the trail was nice the spring area beautiful the off trail portion was scratchy and about half way up was heavy with gnats. On the peak the gnats were so bad it was to the point of torment. I only spend about 30 min on the summit due to the gnats. I took some photos ran 40m CW and 2m Phone made the necessary contacts to put this peak on the air for the first time and then headed back down and get out of gnat hell. If it were not for the gnats this would have been a great peak to hang out on but wow it was bad.
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Mount Ord O'Neil Spring

water 1 out of 5water 2 out of 5water 3 out of 5water less than max O'Neil Spring Gallon per minute Gallon per minute
Spring box full with clear water good flow
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Apr 20 2013
adenium
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47 male
 Joined Jul 05 2008
 Gilbert, AZ
Diamond Mountain 5120 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
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adenium
Hiking2.67 Miles 1,118 AEG
Hiking2.67 Miles   1 Hour   40 Mns   1.60 mph
1,118 ft AEG
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Made a trip from the trail head around the north flank of Diamond Mtn to the summit and back down. Lots of holly and bear grass. Glad I wore long pants.
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 Joined May 04 2004
 Mesa, AZ
Indian Spring Pk - Diamond Mtn Loop, AZ 
Indian Spring Pk - Diamond Mtn Loop, AZ
 
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CannondaleKid
Hiking6.30 Miles 2,345 AEG
Hiking6.30 Miles   4 Hrs   36 Mns   1.71 mph
2,345 ft AEG      55 Mns Break
 
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In my search for more hikes in the area between SR87 and Bartlett Lake there wasn't much to offer so I joined Indian Spring Peak and Diamond Mountain and made a loop hike out of it.

Although I used Route Manager and flipped back and forth between map, topo and satellite I got off to a little bit less than a good start. At the end of FR1697 there was a large tree so I parked next to it while I prepared to set off on my hike. Looking at the GPS route it appeared the trail would be about 100 feet north (down the slope) from where I parked. So I followed what turned out to be a cow-path until the point where the trail should be but just found more cow-paths. Not knowing if the trail was still in existence I just set out in the direction of the wash I knew I'd have to follow.

Although I had to vary the route due to the numerous ravines and ridges I tried to keep going in the same general direction. At about the half-mile mile point I was tiring of all the ups-and-downs so I figured I'd seek a higher elevation and try to follow a terrain line even if it meant winding in and out at each ravine. I hadn't gone but fifty feet or so when I hit what turned out to be a real trail. From there on the hike was far less demanding... especially knowing I had already racked up as much AEG as the whole hike should have been! (I'd find out how I missed the trail on my return trip)

Now being on a reasonably well-used trail there was no need for the GPS and I just followed the trail until making a bee-line for the saddle just below the false summit of Indian Spring Peak. I took a few photos before heading to the peak but the closer I got the more I realized how sheer it was and I wasn't going to actually 'summit' it. I'm sure I could have gone another 30 feet higher if I took my time and carefully picked out the route but with the temp getting higher it was better idea to just climb into the first crevice and lay back in the shade for a short break.

Break over, now I'm heading down to start the next up-and-down part of my hike. I would drop down between each and every peak and climb up to the next one on the way to the Diamond Mountain summit. After all the climbing early in my hike this seemed pretty easy, the only dangers were the small agave-looking plants (looked like sharpened french fries sticking up) that were everywhere! And they were sharp! I'd be lathering myself with aloe lotion to sooth the pain once I got home.

After numerous ups-and-downs I'm at the Diamond Mountain summit. Wanting to figure out how I missed the first part of the trail I planned on dropping down toward the north until I hit the trail to follow it all the way back to the TH. But what seemed like a good route from below turned out to be very loose terrain so I ended up looping around the first terrace below the summit until dropping down a ravine toward the east. Afterward I realized I should have followed the route I had drawn down from Diamond Mountain because it hit the trail right about where I first found it on the way out. That route would have been almost directly east down from the summit.

Now that I'm back on the trail I followed it all the way back to the trail head. Although it wound more than my more direct route, it had none of the ups-and-downs as I did and ultimately it was shorter as well. Oh yeah... as I approached the trail head the trail came to within 40' of where I parked... only it was uphill from where I parked instead of downhill. Oh well, it upped my AEG which has been lagging lately.

Some of my photos for the day are in the photo set for this hike and two are tied to my 4x4 trip logs:
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All photos for the day are in one set here:
http://changephoenix.com/jpserver/web/p ... .php?id=59
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Dec 30 2003
mazatzal
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64 male
 Joined Jul 28 2004
 Scottsdale, AZ
Indian Spring Peak 4900 - Tonto NFPhoenix, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 30 2003
mazatzal
Hiking4.50 Miles 1,385 AEG
Hiking4.50 Miles   4 Hrs      1.13 mph
1,385 ft AEG
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Off trail up Diamond Mtn and then cross country towards Indian Spring Peak. Manzanita and other brush gets a bit thick in places. I was one climb short of making it to ISP. I saw a huge herd of deer 20+ on the saddle below ISP.
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