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    Ryan B reviewed Peralta Trail to Fremont Saddle

    6 months ago

    Moderate to hard, boots recommended, and at least 3 liters of water. Started at 5:45am and reached the saddle at 6:30, just after the sun crested the range to the East. Most of my ascent was in the shade, thankfully.

    Views were spectacular! Lone tree is just beyond the saddle and definitely worth the extra 20ish minute hike, although the trail was a little difficult to follow at times. Take the trail over the saddle, and as it takes it’s first hard left, go straight through to the right and up instead of taking the switchback left and downward.

    Total time was about 3 hours with a good half hour rest up top, at a fairly quick pace. Absolutely one of my favorite hikes in the East Valley.

    Ryan B saved Quartz Peak Trail

    6 months ago

    Ryan B saved West Fork Trail

    7 months ago

    Ryan B saved Wind Cave Trail

    7 months ago

    Ryan B saved Verde Hot Spring

    7 months ago

    Ryan B saved Tanque Verde Falls Trail

    7 months ago

    Ryan B saved Water Wheel Falls

    7 months ago

    Ryan B added Barnhardt Trail

    8 months ago

    Ryan B completed Barnhardt Trail

    8 months ago

    Ryan B saved Barnhardt Trail

    8 months ago

    Ryan B saved Emerald Pools Trail

    8 months ago

    Ryan B saved Angels Landing Trail

    8 months ago

    Ryan B saved Bear Mountain Trail

    8 months ago

    Ryan B added meh

    8 months ago

    Ryan B followed Abigail Guzman

    8 months ago

    Ryan B reviewed Camelback Mountain Via Cholla Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Awesome workout. It's a fun hike to push yourself on, with great trail running segments in the first mile or so. Gets to be treacherous in some parts later in the climb. Bring grippy shoes.

    When in doubt, keep right when ascending, and left when descending.

    Also, be sure to bring water. One 16oz bottle isn't sufficient, people. Also, leave your pilgrim dresses and burqas at home. That's just irresponsible on a hike like this.

    Ryan B reviewed Flatiron Via Siphon Draw Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Fantastic workout, beautiful views, friendly hikers. Definitely top three favorite hikes of all time.

    Be sure to have good footwear and plenty of water. Wouldn't recommend using poles, or bringing dogs past the half pipe.