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Anna Greenwood
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Hiking

Beautiful evening hike

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Luisa Octavio
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HikingRocky
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Megan Murphy
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Hiking

Easy/Moderate trail. We went geocaching today around the lake to escape the heat. There was a handful of fishermen and families near the parking areas, but once you left that side of lake - it was just me and the dog. Only saw a few birds, but did see an elk SWIMMING in the lake. So cool.

Ryan Neal Cordwell
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HikingNo shadeRocky
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Stephen Richard
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Hiking

We were heading to Heliograph Peak from Shannon campground. The fork with the Arcadia trail was obvious if you're looking, but pretty subtle otherwise. No sign, just have be be looking! The Heliograph peak trail has had some maintenance (Thanks @Mike Hayes!), but the Arcadia trail south from the fork looks like it needs work.

Jay Hastings
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HikingNo shade

Heat Hike at 107. Middle of day. Easy and fun.

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Kelly Griff
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HikingFeeNo shade

Great easy trail. Good for families! Mild incline. Well maintained. Horses and bikes share trail with hikers, runners.

Aimee Ludwig
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HikingNo shade
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Cait Aswad
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Hiking

Go to Jordan trail first and do it backwards they open way earlier. Awesome views!!!! Trail was well marked too.

Karma Miller
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Hiking

Warm day, some shade, nice breeze made it more comfortable, perfect distance for a nice stroll with the kids. They didn’t complain once! (Both teenagers, so they usually complain when we drag them away from their devices). We saw some water, not much, but very enjoyable.

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David Roth
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Hiking

Great trail for seniors and kids. More fun when water is flowing. I use this trail as an easy, quick hike.

Chris Rolbiecki
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Hiking

Very short hike but great views. Not many people on the hike 7/13/2020 8:45am 92* $10 fee to get in.

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Bill Bellis
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Jeremy Ecton
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Hiking

Incredible hike. Got to the top at sunrise when wind velocity was lower. Was rewarded with one of the most amazing sunrises I have seen. I captured the entire experience on my camera in 4k. Can be seen here for reference: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoFCcB03vM-nepESoPJ4KvA

Rachel McCullough
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It took me awhile to find where the trail started and once I found it, it was very short and I rode it 3 times. I’m not sure why it says 2+ hours. I rode 3 times in about 1 hour and 15 minutes

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Corey Larson
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Erika Hickey
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HikingRocky

Nice views throughout the hike (they only get better the further you go)! Easy to moderate trail - little bit of rock scramble towards the turn around but all over pretty mild. The elevation variation was nice. Went early and didn’t see anyone on my way up but it was crowded walking back. (Monday morning) Some shaded parts but mostly straight sun. Make sure you bring water!

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Crystle A.
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Hiking

Cool trail. We hiked the segment from Carr Peak, all the way to Sawmill / Garden Canyon on Ft Huachuca using the crest trail. Camped at Gate 2 (so beautiful!). Exposed in some areas, and some bushwhacking involved on the east side of the mountain, but manageable. I love the areas with the plush, pine needle ground cover. So lovely, especially at Bear Saddle.

Jacob Wendell
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Hiking

Good hike. Trail is all rocky. Watch out for AMS starting after the saddle

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Lainey Gamma
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Hiking

Good trail, beautiful views at the top! Bring lots of water. The last part is intense!

Tory Haberman
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Hiking

Great hike to do all year round with beautiful red sandstone formations. It isn't super strenuous, so you can take the kiddos and pups out there as well. Also, for a little bit more of a workout, you could even run the trail as the trail is very well maintained. Definitely would recommend if your visiting the Tempe area!

Laurie Sandman
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HikingRockyScramble

Beautiful mostly shaded trail. Clocked 6.6 miles on All trails app. Some rocky parts but for most part easy ups and downs Last 1/2 miles or so is rocky and a bit of a scramble to trail end - and canyon end Started trail around 7:30. Take plenty of water

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Crystle A.
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Hiking

Agree that it’s on the more difficult side of moderate. Mostly for some areas that are exposed, however I was carrying a very heavy pack at the time. On the weekend there are lots of other hikers out there, during the week, it’s pretty deserted. The views are worth the hike! Love the aspen grove about mid-way up.

Erika Hickey
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HikingNo shade

Easy, well maintained, and highly trafficked trail. Great for hikers of all ages. Gradual incline. Lots of space to sit and hang out. Lots of road noise. Decent views.

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Jennifer Daniels
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HikingNo shadeOff trailRocky

trail is accessible by bike and pet friendly. some of the signage is confusing. didn't make it all the way around.

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