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Hike For October 1:  Join John Sumner’s Trail Work Group

Meet: Silver Peak trailhead at 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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Report by Barbara Roth

Three hikers met on the Silver Peak trail head at 8 am and decided to do a easy hike on Mt. Graham, scaling the hill to the look out tower

 from Columbine camp. The weather was superb and the drive absolutely beautiful, with fall colors tempting to come back for more later.

This overall pleasant day ended with an excellent dinner at the Mañana Mexican restaurant and a late drive home.

For next week, 1 October, please meet at the Silver Peak Trailhead at 8:00 a.m. We will meet with John Sumner’s trail work group.  Right now we are planning to drive to Long Park and hike to Anita Park to work on the Anita Spring trail spur. Plans may change but our meeting place and time won’t. The walk from Long Park to Anita Park is under three miles.

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Chiricahua Trail Crew Volunteer Agreement

If you do not have a Volunteer Service Agreement on file with the Forest Service, submit one. Submitted forms don't expire until you terminate them.
DOWNLOAD THE FORM.
  Print it, fill out, sign in block 35, and date. You can scan a signed document and e-mail it to veronica.forrest@usda.gov. You can also mail the form to Veronica at the Douglas Ranger District Office:
    Veronica Forrest                 1192 W. Saddle View Rd.Douglas, AZ 85607

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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