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Flagstaff North Urban Trail - 5 members in 23 triplogs have rated this an average 1.8 ( 1 to 5 best )
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Aug 28 2021
ScaredyCat
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 Phx az
Oldham Trail #1Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 28 2021
ScaredyCat
Hiking12.05 Miles 1,876 AEG
Hiking12.05 Miles   6 Hrs   7 Mns   2.04 mph
1,876 ft AEG      13 Mns Break
 
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An untraditional TH as I started this outing from 🐃 park. Rain, thunder & storm clouds upon my arrival. 😧 Best to wear my new boots or expect to slip.

Walk to the back of the park and jump on the azt. Didnt realize Oldham eventually turns into a dirt rd with bicyclists. Quickly looked for a way out. Found brookbank but decided to cross back to rocky ridge.

Stopped shy of the road. Turned around & quickly bailed from another road. This caused me to backtrack some but oh well. Located a cave but didnt have time to climb up there. Returned to a beautiful sunset in the park. Amazingly enough, no sign of a storm thru the entire hike. 🙂
Aug 15 2020
desertadapted
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45 male
 Joined Apr 25 2017
 Phoenix, AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Aug 15 2020
desertadapted
Hiking43.00 Miles 4,650 AEG
Hiking43.00 Miles
4,650 ft AEG10 LBS Pack
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Wanting to hike my age in miles, and looking to complete the AZT sections around Flagstaff, I decided to do the AZT Urban Trail, head through the Walnut Canyon Passage, then back north through the Elden Passage and the very southern bit of the SF Peaks Passage. I wouldn't recommend it unless I disliked you. I began my alpine start at the Butler Ave Motel 6 (classy and right next to the AZT!). The trail was beautiful through the Walnut Canyon area. As you head east back toward the 40 it gets more exposed, which continues until you wend you way back west toward Elden. I hike with a Chrome Dome -- with that kind of mileage staying cool was a priority. The thing is that around Flag you encounter a lot of folks who are not really prepared for just how dorky I can look when trying to avoid the sun. I got a lot of bemused looks. I ended the hike with about 2,500 calories of Culver's. I still haven't fully recovered from either the hike or the Culver's.
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Apr 05 2020
squatpuke
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54 male
 Joined Apr 04 2002
 Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 05 2020
squatpuke
Hiking5.69 Miles 395 AEG
Hiking5.69 Miles   1 Hour   38 Mns   3.48 mph
395 ft AEG
 
1st trip
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Day 2 of my Observatory Mesa exploration....

Left my house (near Tunnel Springs) to explore the "northern" part of Observatory Mesa, planning to drop down into Shultz Pass area/Coconino Estates. I climbed up to the Mars Hill junction and took a wrong turn onto a forest road heading west (can see in my gps route).

Corrected and got back on the trail heading north again...crossed a few more FR roads being careful to stay on the single track.

Interestingly, saw a retired co-worker and her husband on this trail, along with a few trail runners up from the homes!!!

I then dropped down into a SUPER NICE neighborhood and hit the "Karen Cooper Trail" (FUTS)...followed that into Coconino Estates where Val picked me up on Mead street. It was then off to Oreganos for some takeout!!
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Feb 04 2018
azbackpackr
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68 female
 Joined Jan 21 2006
 Flagstaff AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 04 2018
azbackpackr
Hiking2.24 Miles 528 AEG
Hiking2.24 Miles      46 Mns   2.92 mph
528 ft AEG
 
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Early morning walk from family member's home. Aching right hip and hamstring. Nice warm morning, if you were in the sun.
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Feb 02 2018
azbackpackr
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68 female
 Joined Jan 21 2006
 Flagstaff AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Feb 02 2018
azbackpackr
Hiking2.60 Miles 360 AEG
Hiking2.60 Miles      58 Mns   2.69 mph
360 ft AEG
 
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A lot of slush left over from the one time it has snowed around here this winter.
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Nov 02 2017
PrestonSands
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44 male
 Joined Apr 12 2004
 Oro Valley, AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Nov 02 2017
PrestonSands
Hiking5.00 Miles 140 AEG
Hiking5.00 Miles
140 ft AEG
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Urban jog/speed hike up Milton from my hotel to downtown, and then back.
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Jul 08 2017
Booneman
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40 male
 Joined Nov 25 2008
 Chandler, AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Run/Jog avatar Jul 08 2017
Booneman
Run/Jog10.00 Miles 342 AEG
Run/Jog10.00 Miles   1 Hour   11 Mns   8.45 mph
342 ft AEG
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Ran from the "Y" on Schultz Pass Road along the Karen Cooper Trail (FUTS) to the train tracks downtown and back.
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Apr 12 2015
BiFrost
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51 male
 Joined Nov 20 2012
 Phoenix, AZ
Flagstaff - AZT #33Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 12 2015
BiFrost
Hiking18.03 Miles 2,144 AEG
Hiking18.03 Miles   7 Hrs      2.86 mph
2,144 ft AEG      42 Mns Break
 
1st trip
Starting from Canyon Vista CG parking area we headed out at 7am. Brisk morning picking up and following the Sandys Canyon Trail which would take us down to junction with AZT. It's just under 2 miles to the AZT junction and then another 3/4 mile to where the Flagstaff AZT #33 section begins. There is a junction at the head of Walnut Canyon and the trail to Fisher Point but we took the left fork heading up Skunk Canyon towards Flagstaff. It's several miles to the Flagstaff city limits but eventually the trail arrives at Rio de Flag and a small pond and the I-40 underpass. This is were the urban trail begins taking us through Flagstaff along Butler Ave and over to Santa Fe Ave. Different to hike through town but interesting to see. After leaving the main part of Flag the trail crosses Buffalo Park before heading into the foothills of Mount Elden. The trail traverses the foothills and over to Schultz Creek Trail where it goes up canyon for the last 3 miles to end of the section. Lots of mountain bikers all day long but Schultz Creek Trail had by far the most.
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Apr 12 2015
slowandsteady
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47 female
 Joined Jan 05 2012
 Phoenix,AZ
Flagstaff - AZT #33Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Apr 12 2015
slowandsteady
Hiking18.03 Miles 2,144 AEG
Hiking18.03 Miles   7 Hrs      2.86 mph
2,144 ft AEG      42 Mns Break
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We felt the need to do #33 and #32 because it has an official AZT number and we wanna get 100% completion on profile.php?u=57660&ID=5

It was kind of fun to walk into town, we were actually asked directions by people in an RV, so we must have blended in as locals out for a stroll.
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Oct 07 2014
azbackpackr
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68 female
 Joined Jan 21 2006
 Flagstaff AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Mtn Biking avatar Oct 07 2014
azbackpackr
Mtn Biking8.44 Miles 436 AEG
Mtn Biking8.44 Miles   3 Hrs   7 Mns   3.99 mph
436 ft AEG   1 Hour    Break
 
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Continuing to try to regain some of what I've lost, fitness-wise. My feet really have never gotten much better. A nice little bike ride to the Museum of Northern Arizona, mostly using the urban trail and the bike lanes. I really think a town is truly civilized which is willing to spend money to build separated bicycle paths.

To quote a friend of mine: "Keeps automobiles off the bike roads. Gives people a place to drive their cars." Ah, yes, in a bike-centric world that would be the case!

I had a free pass to the museum. (I still have three more of them! Yay!) I spent over an hour in the geology room, and also looked at the Paleo Indian exhibits. I've been to the museum before, so yes, I know what is in the other rooms. I bought a book called Geology Underfoot in Northern Arizona. It's kind of like Roadside Geology, but a bit more detailed.

I went looking for Rob del Desierto, but he was busy cataloging some old teeth, (whereas I myself had two dental appts. that day. It was an incisive day for sure.) And later on we met for dinner. I hadn't seen him in about 4 years!

This isn't really mountain biking but I did ride a mountain bike. It's not really road biking, although I did ride on a road.
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Jun 05 2014
azbackpackr
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 Joined Jan 21 2006
 Flagstaff AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 05 2014
azbackpackr
Hiking3.10 Miles 200 AEG
Hiking3.10 Miles
200 ft AEG
 
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I met my daughter on her lunch break and we made a loop, using this trail and city streets. She kept track of the mileage. She walks fast! I don't particularly like walking on pavement but at least my feet didn't hurt this time.
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Jul 31 2011
Randal_Schulhauser
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61 male
 Joined May 14 2003
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 31 2011
Randal_Schulhauser
Hiking2.00 Miles 100 AEG
Hiking2.00 Miles   2 Hrs      1.00 mph
100 ft AEG
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Best of AZBio in Flagstaff - July 2011

I'm a board member of the Arizona Bioindustry Association (check out www.azbio.org ) and with our quarterly board meeting scheduled for Flagstaff on Friday 7/29, decided to make it an "over-nighter" to get out of the valley heat and check out some trails.
Booked into the "dog-friendly" Marriott Springhill Suites a couple of weeks in advance (good call as every hotel was SOLD OUT due to Cardinals training camp) and also took advantage of their members' early check-in policy. After a quick stop at Buffalo Park, Lynn and Skippy dropped me off at NACET (check out www.nacet.org ), Flagstaff's hi-tech incubator, who were hosting our board meeting.

After the board meeting, hitched a ride to the "BEER and BIO" (http://beerandbio07292011na.eventbrite.com/ ) meet and greet event hosted at the Tinderbox Kitchen (check out www.tinderboxkitchen.com ) on San Francisco St. just south of the railway tracks.

With board duties completed, caught up with Lynn and Skippy on one of the Flagstaff Urban Trails as we checked out many of the local establishments for some evening munchies. When we got back to the hotel, one of the Phoenix TV stations was in the middle of a live broadcast of Cardinal's training camp activity next to our parked vehicle. The crew was appreciative we didn't disrupt their live broadcast - waiting until they were done before accessing our vehicle. Skippy also seemed to make instant friends with the crew.

Saturday had Government Prairie penciled in for our hiking destination. Threatening skies and the sound of rumbling thunder didn't deter our hiking as we explored Rain Tank Hill and hiked along a double-track towards Government Knolls. We met a couple of mountain bikers along the double-track. One of them had an ultra-cool GPS with built-in weather radar (internet connection I suspect). They indicated a storm was coming down from the north behind Kendrick Peak and was tracking towards us in the next 15-20 minutes. Sure enough, Kendrick Peak began to disappear enveloped in storm clouds. I could see a wall of rain heading towards us, so time to head back to Lynn's mini-van. A torrential rain plus totally soaked us before we made it back to the vehicle. When I started up the van and cranked up the heat, noticed the outside temperature was 59degF. Temperature was 114degF when we got back to the valley around dinner time on Saturday. A +50degF temperature swing in about 3 hours - how about that!
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Jun 05 2011
The_Eagle
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65 male
 Joined Jan 20 2009
 Far NE Phoenix,
Flagstaff - AZT #33Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 05 2011
The_Eagle
Hiking19.60 Miles 2,772 AEG
Hiking19.60 Miles   7 Hrs   48 Mns   3.14 mph
2,772 ft AEG   1 Hour   34 Mns Break17 LBS Pack
 
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We had debates on whether or not this passage was going to/needed to be done. In my opinion, it had a number, it had to be done.

The drop into Sandy's Canyon was, as always, gorgeous.... as well as the hike through the meadow at the bottom to Walnut Canyon. I remember this area as being one of my favorites so far on the AZT.

I agree that hiking on sidewalks is not really my idea of a good hike, but the city portion was memorable none the less. The gang found all sorts of new props in the "Big City" to play with. Joe even found some new hiking partners for future trips.

http://hikearizona.com/photo.php?ZIP=195537

Once we started getting away from the pavement and close to the halfway point around Buffalo Park, some goof ball remembered that they had left the keys for the Car at the North TH, in the Car at the South TH. No one else so far has named this numb skull, so I'll keep it that way also.

After lunch in Buffalo Park we discussed our options. Joe, being the trooper he is, never once complained, or squawked (no really!) and offered to go back through his favorite portion of the trail (on the pavement) to retrieve the car and keys. He met up with us at Shultz Tank, fast asleep, dreaming of sugar plumbs and cross walks.

The hike through the flat, but interesting Buffalo Park and back into the hills and green trees was a treat. It's understandable that we saw more hikers, runners and bike riders on this AZT Passage, than any other to date.

Thanks guys for another great AZT walkabout. Thanks again Joe!
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Jun 05 2011
azdesertfather
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48 male
 Joined Apr 30 2008
 Tucson, AZ
Flagstaff - AZT #33Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 05 2011
azdesertfather
Hiking19.60 Miles 2,772 AEG
Hiking19.60 Miles   7 Hrs   48 Mns   3.14 mph
2,772 ft AEG   1 Hour   34 Mns Break
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1st trip
In between pastoring two churches, just finished serving after 6 years at a church in Chandler on June 1, and start at a church in Oro Valley on Father's Day, so this Sunday I had the rare opportunity to actually "take a hike" on a Sunday! Joined the crew for another AZT segment, which was one we arguably didn't need to do but we did so that we could say we have hiked EVERY segment.

It was actually a really pretty segment, IMO. Yes, you do hike through town in Flagstaff and that part was a bummer (unless you want to grab a Starbucks or a bit of Taco Bell or Mickey-D's on your way through!). Walnut Canyon is always a gorgeous trip though, and of course from Buffalo Park to Schultz Tank was really nice too.

Halfway through the hike (at Buffalo Park) we realized that the keys to the vehicle at the northern TH were in my car at the southern TH. Because we couldn't think of anybody who we could call in town to help us out of our predicament, one of us had to go abandon the hike, hike back to my car at Sandy's Canyon Campground off Lake Mary Road, then drive it around (with the keys to the other car) at Schultz Tank. After we at lunch at Buffalo Park, Joe was kind enough to make the big sacrifice. THANK YOU JOE!!! :thanx: :kf: The rest of us headed toward Schultz Tank, stopping in Buffalo Park for a while to see the sign honoring the founder of the AZT.

On the last part of this hike along the Schultz Creek Trail you follow the creek next to Schultz Pass Road, and about 2.75 miles from our end point at Schultz Tank we saw Joe whizzing by in my Civic toward the northern TH. At that point we realized that not only had he beat us back to a trailhead, but he had also driven my car around from the southern to the northern TH (a half hour drive) and was still going to beat us by an hour to the trailhead! Impressive. :wlift: :worthy:

Saw a few elk out today and some nice flowers. Along Rocky Ridge Trail we saw several prickly pear in one area and a pincushion cactus, so we are so far 26 for 26 AZT segments completed where we have spotted a cactus. Will we find one on all 43 segments? Another question: should a yucca/agave be considered a cactus? (so far that hasn't been part of the consideration... ;) )
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Jun 05 2011
Tortoise_Hiker
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60 male
 Joined Apr 02 2005
 Mesa, AZ
Flagstaff - AZT #33Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Jun 05 2011
Tortoise_Hiker
Hiking19.60 Miles 2,772 AEG
Hiking19.60 Miles   7 Hrs   48 Mns   2.51 mph
2,772 ft AEG
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1st trip
Another outing on the AZT.This is a bypass route but enjoyable none the less.We start off dropping into Walnut canyon which is very nice then into Flag and over to Buffalo park.The park is kinda cool.We ate lunch there and headed out the other side towards schultz Pass.Joe went back to get the key we forgot.I vote JOE for nicest hazer for the month of June!This part of the trail reminded me of Kachina with all the boulders in the pines.There was even a little water in Shultz Creek.For going through Flag the passage is still a nice one.We saw a young Elk(scared me) and a few cow Elks.A few ducks and hikers and lots of bike racers on the north side of Flag.Thanks for driving Bruce and Dave.Joe,we OWE you! Thanks to all and see you on the next one!! :y:
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May 18 2011
BobP
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59 male
 Joined Feb 26 2008
 Scottsdale, AZ
Flagstaff - AZT #33Flagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar May 18 2011
BobP
Hiking19.60 Miles 2,772 AEG
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2,772 ft AEG
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1st trip
Raising money for The Foundation for Blind Children


The rain was picking up a little more and I was getting hungry. My last meal was my 215am breakfast before my drive up to Flagstaff. From the jct of Fisher Point trail, we started up Skunk Canyon and soon passed Fay Canyon. At a little more than 3 miles, we hit a fence and shortly after that we hit a road leading us to Butler Ave. Before we hit Butler, we hit Taco Bell. This was my first hike where fast food was available along the way. The next 2 miles we climbed along roads leading us to Buffalo Park. We jogged a little in the park as the rain had slowed down to nearly a drizzle. We had hiked about 7 miles on this passage and a total of 14 miles so far. Things were going well and we were having fun even though it was a challenge. As we started climbing into higher elevation, we got freezing rain and then snow. Now it was becoming a real challenge, hiking in the snow with low visibility leading someone who is blind. From Lower O'dham Trail jct to Shultz Creek TH was kind of a blur. We had now hiked 12 miles of this passage and 19 miles total. I was starting to get fatigued, mostly mentally. Up to this point, things really weren't bad compared to what was coming up. By the time, we got to Shultz pass and on to Sunset TH, we were hiking thru about 3-4 inches of snow. We finally met by Mike's father-in-law at the spot where we'd start tomorrow. We hiked just about 24 miles. The beers and burger at the Beaver Street Brewery hit the spot. I got a great night sleep at the hotel and was ready and rearing to knock out part of the next section. We knew we were in for a challenge but it would become much more than that "hiking" into passage 34.
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Sep 24 2008
hippiepunkpirate
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35 male
 Joined May 30 2008
 Peoria, AZ
Mars Hill Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 24 2008
hippiepunkpirate
Hiking3.00 Miles 400 AEG
Hiking3.00 Miles   1 Hour      3.00 mph
400 ft AEG
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I did this as a loop from my apartment through the neighborhood and then up to the top of the hill via the trail. Went home using the Flagstaff North Urban Trail. I was surprised to see people fishing at the Francis Short duck pond. A guy from work said they just restocked it with fish.
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Sep 19 2008
hippiepunkpirate
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35 male
 Joined May 30 2008
 Peoria, AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Sep 19 2008
hippiepunkpirate
Hiking1.00 Miles 100 AEG
Hiking1.00 Miles      30 Mns   2.00 mph
100 ft AEG
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Just a little before work stroll for some reflection shots.
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Aug 08 2008
hippiepunkpirate
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 Peoria, AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
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hippiepunkpirate
Hiking1.20 Miles 100 AEG
Hiking1.20 Miles      40 Mns   1.80 mph
100 ft AEG
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This urban trail literally runs right past my apartment so I decided to take a little before work stroll, plus the website needed some pictures.
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Dec 01 2007
Randal_Schulhauser
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61 male
 Joined May 14 2003
 Ahwatukee, AZ
Flagstaff North Urban TrailFlagstaff, AZ
Flagstaff, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 01 2007
Randal_Schulhauser
Hiking1.95 Miles 100 AEG
Hiking1.95 Miles      30 Mns   3.90 mph
100 ft AEG
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Located Antelope Springs (now City Pond) near Old Town and the original namesake flag staff monument researching the Beale Wagon Road route.
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