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Kings Canyon Trail - 29 members in 123 triplogs have rated this an average 3.2 ( 1 to 5 best )
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Apr 05 2021
markthurman53
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68 male
 Joined Jun 27 2015
 Tucson, Arizona
Wasson Peak, AZ 
Wasson Peak, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Apr 05 2021
markthurman53
Hiking8.10 Miles 1,860 AEG
Hiking8.10 Miles   4 Hrs      2.03 mph
1,860 ft AEG
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Got an early 0630 start from the King Canyon Trail Head. Trying to beat the heat up to Wasson Peak. Accomplished this with the help of a sporadic light cloud cover. All the trails are in excellent condition and this made the continuous climb to the peak a lot easier. Saw 3 people at the peak ahead of us and about a half dozen coming up as we were heading down. Stopped and checked out the mine just before hitting the saddle below Wasson Peak on the Sweetwater Trail. Cool but nothing real exciting, It's only 10 yards off the trail and a scoot under a barbed wire fence. The actual mine entrance is blocked off so you cant go in more than a couple yards. I really like the early morning views from on top the peak particularly Panther and Sombrero to the north.

Headed down the Hugh Norris Trail to the Sendero Esperanza Trail. Really nice trail, they put a lot of work on this trail, not rocky like the King Canyon and Sweetwater Trail. Sections of this trail are through decomposed granite that makes for fine trails. Lots of really fat saguaros along this trail, they must like the decomposed granite also. If you like dragging out the climb to Wasson Peak this is probably the way to go, I like to get it over with so King Canyon is for me and do the downhill on a more gradual trail. Once at the Sendero Esperanza Trail we headed south toward the Gould Mine and the Gould Mine Trail back to our start point.

Flowers on the ocotillo and hedgehog and a few poppies, not a great year for flowers. We finished the hike at about 1100 and headed across the street to the desert Museum for our 1130 scheduled visit time. Not the best time to visit with afternoon temps in the low 90's but Ginny has never been and we were in the area. Lots of flowers blooming in the Museum though. Congrats to Ginny on her first hike where the destination was a peak.
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Mar 20 2021
toddak
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56 male
 Joined Nov 15 2005
 Puhoynix, AZ
Wasson Peak via Sweetwater TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 20 2021
toddak
Hiking14.50 Miles 3,000 AEG
Hiking14.50 Miles   5 Hrs   30 Mns   2.64 mph
3,000 ft AEG
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1st trip
Nice peak and lasso, CCW on mostly plush trails
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Mar 14 2021
trekkin_gecko
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63 female
 Joined Nov 17 2008
 phoenix, az
Wasson Peak LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 14 2021
trekkin_gecko
Hiking11.93 Miles 3,031 AEG
Hiking11.93 Miles   4 Hrs   18 Mns   3.01 mph
3,031 ft AEG      20 Mns Break
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i'd hiked wasson peak via hugh norris trail at least 20 years ago
also did some kind of loop, probably from king's canyon trailhead almost as long ago
i've been wanting to hit the peak again, partly to repeat some things that i did before active on haz
but also because it's a nice peak
john was up for it, so we left town early and got going around 0630
up hugh norris to the peak
i didn't remember how nice the trail is, just the expansive ridgeline views the entire way
after the summit, we dropped down on sweetwater trail, then took king's canyon and sendero esperanza trails back to hugh norris
the loop gave us a little extra mileage and aeg, as well as a remedial overview of this part of the park
perfect weather for it, if a little brisk on the ascent
had breakfast at bisbee breakfast club in marana and were back in town early afternoon
really enjoyed this hike, and will do it again much sooner
thanks, john, good times as always
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Mar 14 2021
johnlp
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64 male
 Joined Mar 16 2008
 chandler,az
Wasson Peak LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 14 2021
johnlp
Hiking11.93 Miles 3,031 AEG
Hiking11.93 Miles   4 Hrs   18 Mns   3.01 mph
3,031 ft AEG      20 Mns Break
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I had hiked Wasson twice before, but not for almost 10 years. Remembered some of it.
We got started before sunrise. A little chilly out. Had enough layers to stay warm. The Hugh Norris trail is very scenic and well built. Highly recommended. The trek up to the summit is a really nice one. Steady gain. Very few places were exceedingly steep. We ran into a little snow near the summit which surprised us.
We made the loop around and back to Hugh Norris after enjoying the summit views. Lots of snow on the Catalinas. Checked out the old stone outhouse and the big mine along the way.
Beautiful day. Only saw one person the first half of the hike. Had the summit to ourselves. Thanks for joining me Kelly. Good times. :)
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Feb 21 2021
Jim_H
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42 male
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 Marana, AZ
Sweetwater TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 21 2021
Jim_H
Hiking12.00 Miles 2,885 AEG
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A loop in the park on a crowded Sunday, for Tucson. Not Piestewa crowded, at all. Skipped Wasson and went on a counter clockwise loop using Hugh and King. Lots of snow birds.

Really, the most interesting thing I saw was 3 coyotes as I was leaving the parking lot headed home.
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Feb 11 2021
Pivo
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65 male
 Joined Mar 01 2009
 Tucson, AZ
Wasson Peak LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 11 2021
Pivo
Hiking8.02 Miles 2,002 AEG
Hiking8.02 Miles   3 Hrs   10 Mns   2.80 mph
2,002 ft AEG      18 Mns Break8 LBS Pack
 
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Feb 06 2021
fricknaley
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46 male
 Joined Jun 20 2003
 Tucson, AZ
Sweetwater TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Feb 06 2021
fricknaley
Run/Jog14.50 Miles 3,278 AEG
Run/Jog14.50 Miles   3 Hrs   29 Mns   4.33 mph
3,278 ft AEG      8 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
 
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big loop from sweetwater taking in a bunch of the trails in saguaro west

up sweetwater, down kings canyon, then gould mine/esperanza to hugh norris. hit the peak from there and came back on sweetwater

perfect weather. saw a fair amount of people but not too crazy. parking is a bit limited at the TH. i was unaware they had built a big new parking lot at kings canyon. that was pretty nice.

felt pretty good and ran virtually all the ascent except for the steps. screw those :lol:
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Sep 09 2020
LindaAnn
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41 female
 Joined Dec 24 2007
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Wasson Peak LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 09 2020
LindaAnn
Hiking7.78 Miles 1,925 AEG
Hiking7.78 Miles   3 Hrs   26 Mns   2.31 mph
1,925 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
 
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Denny and I decided to take advantage of the reasonable temps and get a hike in out of town. Only a 90 minute drive from the carpool lot to Kings Canyon trailhead. We headed up Kings Canyon, then up Hugh Norris. Quiet, and nice to see some desert vegetation that is actually green.

Breezy along the spur to the summit of Wasson. I was almost cold for a moment, then remembered that was just my personality. Quick stop at the summit, then west down Hugh Norris to Sendero Esperanza. South on that to Gould Mine, then took that back to the trailhead.

Perfect temps for early Sept, although the last half mile was starting to get warm without the breeze. I think we saw 9 other hikers on the loop. No wildlife besides a few birds and lizards. Got back to Phoenix by 11:30. My kids would like this loop, so I’ll have to keep it in mind when the weather cools a little more. As always, great to hike with Denny!
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Sep 09 2020
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60 male
 Joined Apr 02 2005
 Mesa, AZ
Wasson Peak LoopTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 09 2020
Tortoise_Hiker
Hiking7.78 Miles 1,925 AEG
Hiking7.78 Miles   3 Hrs   26 Mns   2.31 mph
1,925 ft AEG      4 Mns Break
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With the nice weather and a little extra time Linda suggested a couple different hikes. I picked the easier one. 😁 This is a nice loop. The up is gradual, the trail in great shape, nice views, great vegetation. Throw in a pleasant pace and some fun conversation and it makes for a great outing! Thanks for another great hike Linda. Like Haz, you rock. 😁
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Jul 22 2020
SpiderLegs
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 Joined Jul 12 2012
 Tucson, AZ
Kings Canyon TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 22 2020
SpiderLegs
Hiking3.70 Miles 810 AEG
Hiking3.70 Miles   3 Hrs      1.23 mph
810 ft AEG
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Social hike with one of my neighbors and some people from SARA. Poked along the bottom of the wash in Kings Canyon to look at the petroglyphs and then spent an hour or so poking around an old mining road. That led us to the Gould Mine and we spent some more time exploring around the mine. Came back to the car via the actual trail.

Fun area to explore and get off trail. Need to do more hikes like this where I'm not so focused on getting from point A to point B in the shortest amount of time.
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Dec 01 2018
fricknaley
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 Tucson, AZ
Wassup Wasson, AZ 
Wassup Wasson, AZ
 
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fricknaley
Run/Jog15.80 Miles 3,163 AEG
Run/Jog15.80 Miles   3 Hrs   42 Mns   4.47 mph
3,163 ft AEG      10 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
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revisited an old route i like in saguaro to get some good mileage and climbing in, along with some good runnable stuff.

great temps. had a strong (surprisingly so, for me) run up wasson, which was awesome. those hugh norris steps at the end are always a killer, but that is such a scenic canyon so it's worth it
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May 01 2018
Mountain_Rat
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 Joined Jul 14 2011
 Tucson, AZ
Sweetwater TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar May 01 2018
Mountain_Rat
Hiking9.90 Miles 2,150 AEG
Hiking9.90 Miles   2 Hrs   55 Mns   3.39 mph
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Just in town for a few days. Went out to burn some energy for the 3 hours I had to spare. Excellent weather for mid-day, desert hiking.
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Feb 24 2018
Booneman
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40 male
 Joined Nov 25 2008
 Chandler, AZ
Kings Canyon TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 24 2018
Booneman
Hiking8.00 Miles 2,496 AEG
Hiking8.00 Miles   1 Hour   45 Mns   4.57 mph
2,496 ft AEG
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I was looking for something new to hike today without traveling too far, and Wasson Peak seemed like a great option. So I went for Kings Canyon, since I have only been on Hugh Norris and really enjoyed the climb and excellent views. Made a loop out of it to keep things interesting.
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Feb 18 2018
Mountain_Rat
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 Tucson, AZ
Tucson Mountain Wander, AZ 
Tucson Mountain Wander, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Feb 18 2018
Mountain_Rat
Hiking12.90 Miles 3,107 AEG
Hiking12.90 Miles   5 Hrs   1 Min   2.82 mph
3,107 ft AEG      27 Mns Break5 LBS Pack
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When they said 90 days recovery, they meant it. This is day 93, and while it's still a bit uncomfortable getting out of bed in the morning, I feel pretty good once I'm vertical.

I set out today to do a test run on my benchmark trail, Wasson Peak. When I'm on par, it's 1:30 to the peak from the ECDC TH. While it was 1:37 today, about half of that discrepancy goes to the 25 hikers that I had to wait for as I tried to pass. All said, I am back to normal as far as pace goes. With that thought now seated in my head, I'm curious about my endurance.

I decided that since it was such a nice day, and I had only used a little of my water, that I would stretch this one out by taking the Hugh Norris :next: Sendero Esperanza :next: King Canyon route back, adding 3.75 miles to my trek. This worked out nicely, taking exactly the 5 hours I had to spare before getting back to not having a life, here on the couch. :?

The take away seems to be that I've got my speed back (at least reasonably so), but my dogs are barking a bit over a 13 mile stretch. Looks like I have to work on my long game now.
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Dec 20 2017
rwstorm
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 Joined Feb 28 2003
 Tucson, AZ
Kings Canyon TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 20 2017
rwstorm
Hiking7.00 Miles 1,900 AEG
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Beautiful day to do this old favorite hike up to Wasson Peak. Plenty of folks out enjoying the area. Started around 10:30, after the morning chill had departed. To my surprise, I had no pain on the entire hike, even the downhill! No pain killers taken either. I don't know what is going on, but right now I am feeling better than I have in about two years. No complaints, hope it continues. :D
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Sep 25 2017
markthurman53
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 Joined Jun 27 2015
 Tucson, Arizona
Mile Wide Mine, AZ 
Mile Wide Mine, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 25 2017
markthurman53
Hiking3.40 Miles 710 AEG
Hiking3.40 Miles   1 Hour   32 Mns   2.49 mph
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Did this short hike after a longer hike earlier in the morning because I still had a little time left and I wasn't ready to go home yet. This trail is not an official park trail but well worth the trip if you like old mines and history. The trail head is at the King Canyon Trail Head along Kinney road. Take the King Canyon Trail .9 miles to the junction with the Sendero Esperanza Trail. This is where the fun begins. The route is along the old Mile Wide Mine Road that is pretty much non existent now but still kind of visible. The road is overgrown with all sorts of plants that will stick you but can still be navigated with out much effort. I don't think much route finding skills are required but I could be wrong after reading about some people who got lost at seven falls near Tucson (I didn't think that was possible). Once at the mine take some time to explore. Probably a good idea to read up on the history of the mine first, I found it quite interesting. I do want to mention that if you visit leave things as you found them so others can enjoy. This mine is left pretty much as it was minus the wood structures and there are a lot of opportunities to get injured so be careful, the best way for this place to be put off limits is if someone gets injured. There is a barbed wire fence around the mine shaft for a reason.
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Sep 22 2017
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66 male
 Joined Nov 17 2014
 Plum, Pa
Kings Canyon TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 22 2017
pahiker
Hiking7.00 Miles 1,785 AEG
Hiking7.00 Miles
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We did (attempted to do) this hike:

I would not rate it 1 for trail finding, maybe if you already knew your way around. We followed the trail and signs pretty well for the first couple miles until we came upon the ruins of an old building on the left side of the trail. We spent some time looking around, even met a rattler sunning himself on the rock wall next to the building. That was the end of the easy part.

Shortly after that is a dry creek bed, and the end of the easy trails to follow. Took a while to find where the trail picked up on the other side, there were several "possible" trails, most petered out after a couple hundred feet. Finally discovered the right trail and continued on. Honestly, I find this as the most troublesome part of hiking in Arizona, many dry creek beds with nothing on the other side showing where the trail picks up. Natives may know it since they've hiked it a lot, but try hiking it as a first timer, not so evident.

We continued on and came across a couple other places where the actual trail and false trails existed, though these were easier to identify. Unfortunately, at about 3 miles my plantar gave out and we had to return without making it to the peak. Coming back was even more fun. When we hit the dry creek bed there was a sign to the left, figuring it marked the real trail and that somehow after the ruins we got off trail, we read it. The sign indicated that the Kings Canyon trail continued along the dry creek bed, so we followed it. No further signs existed, and after a quarter mile the creek bed became too difficult to believe it was the actual trail, and no signs were found to indicate that the trail took off after that.

At this point we backtracked to the sign, and a little past, when we found a possible trail (again, unmarked) and followed it to the picnic area. Happy that we made it there we took a break to let my foot recover. At that point we noticed that there were four possible trails to go back to the parking lot, none of which were marked. Two petered out quickly, the third led to a sign that pointed to a different trail to the left, but we knew we wanted to go right so we took a chance. Eventually we ran across another hiker who was also pissed about getting lost pretty much the same way we did, he was also hoping the trail we were on was the right one, though he wasn't sure either. We eventually came across a sign that pointed in the direction we were headed and said, "Kings Canyon Parking Lot".

No, this is not a 1, and needs more signs to make it easier to follow.
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Sep 18 2017
markthurman53
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68 male
 Joined Jun 27 2015
 Tucson, Arizona
King Canyon Gould Mine Trail loop, AZ 
King Canyon Gould Mine Trail loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Sep 18 2017
markthurman53
Hiking3.30 Miles 652 AEG
Hiking3.30 Miles   1 Hour   41 Mns   2.28 mph
652 ft AEG      14 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
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I have been out of it for the last two weeks so I thought I would start out with a short hike to kind of kick the tires and see how I feel. Started really early at about sunrise and as usual the Tucson Mountains are spectacular in early morning. Started out at the trail head along Kinney Road but followed the wash instead of the trail, only took me a couple hundred yards to figure out my mistake and made the appropriate corrections. My Gps route shows I finished the loop and then headed back up the King Canyon Trail to where I made the correction and then returned to the Trail Head. I did this so I could get a correct GPS route for the entire King Canyon Trail (it's an OCD thing). Great little hike but I recommend doing it early morning, something about the early morning light and the desert colors. I suppose at sunset would be nice too.

Not quite up to par to get my usual 10+ mile hikes in yet, hopefully in another week or so. I fell once on an off trail excursion to check out one of the mines. It seems I didn't pick up my foot high enough to clear a rock. It's funny how when you know you are going to take a tumble time seems to go really slow and I remember not wanting to put my hand out because that would of really cut them up so I just did a 90 degree turn and landed on my but pack and one elbow. No real damage done except to my ego. No one was around to see this so it wasn't too embarrassing.
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markthurman53
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 Tucson, Arizona
SNP West Sweetwater Sendero Esperanza Loop, AZ 
SNP West Sweetwater Sendero Esperanza Loop, AZ
 
Hiking avatar Aug 30 2017
markthurman53
Hiking13.00 Miles 3,026 AEG
Hiking13.00 Miles   5 Hrs   44 Mns   2.70 mph
3,026 ft AEG      55 Mns Break10 LBS Pack
 
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Started the hike at 0530 at the El Camino Del Cerro trail Head on Saguaro National Park West. Great time to start so I could be done by 1100. Some of the benefits of starting early is that you get great views of the night lights of Tucson and you get to see the sunrise over Redington Pass. If I started any earlier I would of had to bring a flashlight to check the trail for snakes, as it was there was enough light to see the trail, kind of. Made it to Sweetwater Saddle and the King Canyon Trail in just a little over an hour. Continued on up to Wasson Peak. The King Canyon Trail to Wasson Peak is fairly steep but with a steady pace it wasn't difficult. There are a couple of abandon mines along the trail on the way up to the Hugh Norris Trail and took a little time to check them out. They are fenced off but still worth the stop. The Views from Wasson peak (and the ridge before Wasson Peak) are awesome, good view of all of Saguaro National Park. Stayed a short time on the peak but not too long because I wanted to get done with this hike before it got too hot. From Wasson Peak I took the Hugh Norris Trail to the Sendero Esperanza Trail. The Hugh Norris Trail is in really good condition and the lower parts from Amole Peak west are like a freeway, 3 mph down hill is easy to do. From this trail there are some good views of the Mile Wide Mine and saguaro National Park north (Though not as good as from Wasson Peak). Took the Sendero esperanza Trail back to the King Canyon Trail. This Trail follows what looks like an old road, probably leading to various abandon mines, one of which is the Gould Mine. This was one of the larger and more profitable mines that were in the Tucson Mountains. Once on the King Canyon Trail I took this back up to the Sweetwater Trail. From the King Canyon Trail junction there is a 600 foot climb back up to Sweetwater Saddle. By 0930 it was definitely getting a little warm for this portion of the hike and I opted to take a break at the saddle to cool down, Luckily there was a slight breeze. Made it back down to the start point in just a little over an hour, thanks to the fact that the Sweetwater Trail is in pretty good condition. This would be a fun hike to do maybe an hour earlier to be on Wasson Peak at Sunrise or start on the King Canyon Trail and allow about an hour to get to Wasson Peak.
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Mar 11 2017
princez
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42 male
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 Coatesville, PA
Kings Canyon TrailTucson, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Hiking avatar Mar 11 2017
princez
Hiking6.73 Miles 1,988 AEG
Hiking6.73 Miles   3 Hrs   15 Mns   2.28 mph
1,988 ft AEG      18 Mns Break
 
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Made it up to Wasson Peak today. It was really hot, upper 80's when we started and around 90 when we finished. The views up on top are great though. This is a great hike and a place I always try to get to when I'm in the Tucson area.
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