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    Margie Roesch added arroyo honda

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    Margie Roesch saved St. John's Trail

    about 12 hours ago

    Margie Roesch saved Dorothy Stewart Trail

    about 13 hours ago

    Margie Roesch updated Massacre Grounds Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Margie Roesch completed Kendrick Peak Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Margie Roesch added 30/52 - Kendrick Peak

    about 1 month ago

    Margie Roesch added Out of Town - Oregon

    about 1 month ago

    Margie Roesch added Out of Town - Washington

    about 1 month ago

    Margie Roesch completed Mesquite Canyon Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Margie Roesch added 27/52 - Mesquite Canyon

    about 1 month ago

    Margie Roesch completed Tom's Thumb Trail

    2 months ago

    Margie Roesch completed Voaz Loop

    2 months ago

    Margie Roesch completed Tunnel Spring

    2 months ago

    Margie Roesch added Backpacking Ideas

    3 months ago

    Margie Roesch added GC PLANNING

    3 months ago

    Margie Roesch completed Fossil Springs Trail

    3 months ago

    Margie Roesch completed Bear Mountain Trail

    3 months ago

    Margie Roesch completed Butcher Jones Trail

    3 months ago

    Margie Roesch completed Peralta Trail

    3 months ago

    Margie Roesch added visitor

    3 months ago

    Margie Roesch reviewed San Pedro River Trail

    4 months ago

    Someone else had mentioned that this trail as posted doesn’t exist. At least some of it definitely does, but it’s barely there. You can see my recording to see where I went. I started from San Pedro House and went south on what seemed to be the marked trail - it’s basically a dirt road. About 4 miles up it turns left to Miller Backcountry Campsite (there is a sign - and apparently vault bathrooms!) and after that, the route north on “Sky Traverse Trail” (according to Google Maps) is more like a deer path, and difficult to find and follow. It is not close to the trees and the riparian area for most of it, just walking on a narrow, nearly invisible trail through chest-high dry grass. It was only once I was about a mile from the start that it went close to the creek and became pretty. If I were out here again, I would just go east from the San Pedro House, then south along the creek, and then go back the way I came.

    Margie Roesch completed San Pedro River Trail

    4 months ago