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Hike For October 17:Destination To Be Determined By Hikers

Meet at the Silver Peak Trailhead at 8:00 am (AZ) - 9:00 am (NM)

Carol Simon (520) 558-2433 casimon@vtc.net

Jonathan Patt (575) 654-3281 jonathanpatt@gmail.com
Elaine Moisan (520) 5581308 emoisan2011@hotmail.com

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Four hikers drove to Long Park on a cool, breezy morning. We saw three flocks of Wild Turkeys on the drive up the mountain. We hiked the 1.5 miles to Fly Peak and enjoyed the early fall color. The aspens should be even better next week. After a snack and pictures of our group and of the misspelled summit marker, we descended to Round Park and north to the Centella Point Trail. Bear Wallow spring was flowing. We had lunch near the trail, sheltered from the wind by a large boulder. We then hiked a little farther along the trail and enjoyed the views. Time constraints forced us to turn around before reaching Centella Point. It was an excellent, relaxing hike, covering about 5.5 miles.

Next week, October 17, we will select a destination at the meeting place, accommodating the desires and constraints of those who show up. Meet at the Silver Peak trailhead at 8 AM AZ/9 AM NM time.

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Chiricahua Trail Crew Volunteer Agreement

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The 62 Highest Peaks, Mountains, Hills, And Lookouts In The Chiricahuas

(Tabulated by Ray Brooks)

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Photo Gallery Of Hiking Club - Click On Any Photo To Begin. Use Arrow Keys At Bottom Of Slide (Or Your Keyboard) To Advance Slide

Howard Topoff 2011