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Passage 16 and 17 of AZT 23 miles 2 day backpacking trip

Arizona Trail Hiking/Backpacking Club
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Feb 10 8:00AM - 3:00PM

Very beautiful part of the Arizona Trail. We will be going from north to south on the Arizona Trail, so there will be more down than up.

Plan on completing 14 miles day 1 and 9 miles day 2. Also may get cold at night but should not be below 30 degrees. Also there are no known water sources on this trip so please plan to carry all water needed for both days.

Getting there: We will meet at the intersection of Cochran Road and Florence Kelvin Hwy. From Hwy 60 turn south onto Hwy 79S Exit 212, go 18 miles and turn left onto E Florence Kelvin Hwy, go 15 miles and Cochran Road will be on your left we will meet right there.

Total hiking distance 23 miles, time 1.5 days

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