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    #16
    That's Phoenix Sonoran Preserve.

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      #17
      That's two miles from Casa lew. Muito Bom. I took my daughter on her first hike at Apache Wash Trailhead.
      “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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        #18
        Originally posted by lew View Post
        That's two miles from Casa lew. Muito Bom. I took my daughter on her first hike at Apache Wash Trailhead.
        I have never been on the Apache Wash side. I usually come in on the Dixie Mountain Loop side.

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          #19
          The Apache Wash side, while some parts are busy, most of it is way less traveled than Dixie Mountain, plus you get more of a variety of trails and environments.
          “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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            #20
            Blew my ankle to bits and took a few weeks off. Decided to jump back into it heading up to Humphreys Peak (highest peak in AZ). Was a grueling hike. The first part up to the saddle wasn't exceedingly difficult but after we hit about 11,000 ft the air got so thin I had a hard time catching my breath. We made it but our time didn't "wow" anyone.







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              #21
              There are so many amazing areas of the American West, but the area around Flagstaff has to be amongst the best. The terrain, and the crisp clean air and view for dozens of miles.
              “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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                #22
                I live in MI, and I agree, the American West, particularly southwest is spectacular.

                I mostly go on day hikes that only take a few hours to complete. Here are a few photos from my FB feed:
                SW MI rock
                A weird glacial erratic rock in SW MI.

                Empire Bluffs Trail
                Empire Bluffs Trail, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

                Target House
                Target House, Bears Ears National Monument

                Corona Arch
                Corona Arch, outside Moab, UT

                Bear Mountain Trail
                Bear Mountain Trail, Sedona, AZ

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                  #23
                  We did an overnight at Big South Fork in Tennessee not too long ago.

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by The Inflicted View Post
                    We did an overnight at Big South Fork in Tennessee not too long ago.
                    Nice! That's on my short list for upcoming trips. I want to attempt the IMBA Epic MTB loop there. (when/if I think I am in good enough shape)

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by WilD View Post

                      Nice! That's on my short list for upcoming trips. I want to attempt the IMBA Epic MTB loop there. (when/if I think I am in good enough shape)
                      If you make it to Big South Fork, the Twin Arches are a must-see. We did that last Thanksgiving and stayed at the nearby Charitt Creek Lodge, a sort of hike-in B&B.

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                        #26
                        From this weekend, camped with the wife and a friend on Flat Iron.

                        Hike up and down was good, first part of night was nice met up with another camper and hung out for a few hours. Overnight was rough, winds picked up 30MPH sustained and much larger gusts, got to the point we removed the rain flys because they were acting like sails and trying to flip our tents with us in them. Overall a fun trip but not the most restful sleep I've had.







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ID:	61535 I snapped this one of my buddy fishing across a lake that we didn’t even realize we had set up camp next to, because we can’t plan and didn’t finish the hike to the spot until 2:30am.

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                            Where is this at?

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                              This is in the Ten Lakes area of Yosemite

                            #29
                            This is all day hiking, and the natural features aren't quite as spectacular, but I've been getting out to Gettysburg National Military Park a lot lately.

                            That said, if you like enormous limestone outcroppings, eh, fugedaboudit

                            1. General Longstreet, back in Spangler's Woods on Seminary Ridge
                            2. General Armistead's farthest penetration during Pickett's Charge (that's The Angle back right)

                            3. Neat Confederate-made Parrot Rifle with a mysterious muzzle clamp I've never seen before... There's a pair on Seminary Ridge marked "Macon Arsenal"

                            4. Pennsylvania state monument on Cemetery Ridge

                            5. 20th Maine memorial below the summit of Little Round Top




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