• Weekend Hiking Guide & Stories

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    This is a weekly online hiking chat. Please feel free to post if your looking for a hiking buddy each weekend, need trail recommendations, want to recommend a trail, do's and don'ts, or just funny stories, or trail snack ideas or water ideas...

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  • Weekend Hiking Guide & Stories

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    This is a weekly online hiking chat. Please feel free to post if your looking for a hiking buddy each weekend, need trail recommendations, want to recommend a trail, do's and don'ts, or just funny stories, or trail snack ideas or water ideas...

  • Evening Hike on Camelback

    Camelback hiking

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  • Weekend Hiking Guide & Stories

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  • Early Morning Hike

    San Tan Mountain Regional Park

    Start your day with an early morning guided hike with the Ranger in San Tan Mountain Regional Park. The journey will be 4-5 miles long on moderate terrain. Everyone willl stop along the way for water breaks and to talk about critters and plants of interest. What to bring: Water, hat, sunscreen, closed-toe shoes. Have $7 exact cash for the self-pay station or your annual pass. Carpooling location can be set up. ASSUMPTION OF RISK & RELEASE OF LIABILITY: All outdoor activities entail risks. By signing up for this event you acknowledge the risks and assume all responsibility for your personal safety. You agree to hold organizers, hosts and members harmless. Located just south of the Maricopa/Pinal County line near the Town of Queen Creek, San Tan Mountain Regional Park has been used for decades for various recreation activities, such as hiking, equestrian riding and mountain biking. San Tan Mountain Regional Park is unique amongst Maricopa County Parks as the entire park is actually in Pinal County. Consisting of 10,198 acres, San Tan Mountain Regional Park is a fine example of the lower Sonoran Desert. The park ranges in elevation from about 1,400 feet to over 2,500 feet. Goldmine Mountain is located in the northeast area, with a spectacular San Tan Mountain escarpment in the southern portion of the park. The vegetation varies from creosote flats to dense saguaro forests. Various types of wildlife may be observed, including reptiles, birds, mammals and arthropods. The park is rich with unique historical, cultural and biological resources. The Nature Center at San Tan Mountain Regional Park has restroom facilities, souvenir items, snacks, wildlife exhibits and local artifacts. Photo courtesy San Tan Mountain Regional Park.

  • Weekend Hiking Guide & Stories

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    This is a weekly online hiking chat. Please feel free to post if your looking for a hiking buddy each weekend, need trail recommendations, want to recommend a trail, do's and don'ts, or just funny stories, or trail snack ideas or water ideas...

  • Weekend Hiking Guide & Stories

    Needs a location

    This is a weekly online hiking chat. Please feel free to post if your looking for a hiking buddy each weekend, need trail recommendations, want to recommend a trail, do's and don'ts, or just funny stories, or trail snack ideas or water ideas...

  • Weekend Hiking Guide & Stories

    Needs a location

    This is a weekly online hiking chat. Please feel free to post if your looking for a hiking buddy each weekend, need trail recommendations, want to recommend a trail, do's and don'ts, or just funny stories, or trail snack ideas or water ideas...

  • ✦South Mountain - Marco De Niza to FatMan & Back > YES. It's 5.0 hrs 😛

    😵WARNING: The Summer Version of this Hike can be Hazardous to your Health; individuals with health issues concerning Cardiac, Respiratory or sensitive Dermatology are strongly advised to avoid this hike at all costs. 😲Weather Update: 77F Low | 112F | 12% Humidity | Wind 14 SSW-Breezy ❤️Bring: At least 4L of Fluids, Protein Snacks and/or Lunch. Dress appropriately for the Weather. Cover up or Use Sunblock. 😎GPS Start: 4500 East Pima Canyon Road, 85044 (Parking Lot) -Marco De Niza -Scott Ridge Trail -MidLife Crisis Trail -Observation Point -FatMan's Pass Technical Crossover with Boulders :-D -Pima Wash to Hidden Valley/Natural Tunnel (30min Break) -National Trail OR Pima Canyon Wash BACK 😛This Loop has a little bit of everything,... Stair Master, Scrambling and lots of boulders to navigate through. Plenty of selfie opportunities to boost your online dating profile along the way. . -Overall,... it's about 6.0+ miles of up, down, over, around and through in DRY Heat :-D 🙃About your Organizer: I travel light, move like a stubborn pack mule and take lots of unscheduled breaks. My body aches from age and, my joints are held together with compression sleeves and duct tape. A Techno / Trance mix-match of[masked] bps keeps me on-track, focused and positive :-P 😮NOTES: I go on this hike almost EVERY Thursday,... Fall, Winter, Spring and especially, in the Summer. The ONLY times, I'll ever CANCEL is when there's an emergency at work or, I myself have had an emergency at work. So,... if you've signed up for the Hike,... please re-check the website the night before for cancellations or rescheduling times.

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  • Feed My Starving Children 6/8/19 Children Welcome

    Feed My Starving Children

    Ok, this has nothing to do with hiking whatsoever. But let's get together and do 2 hours worth of fun and rewarding charity work at Feed My Starving Children in Mesa on Saturday, 6/8/19 from 7-9 PM. If you are not familiar FMSC, they are a wonderful Christian organization that boxes up food (Rice, soy, protein and veggies) and ships it off to 3rd world countries where otherwise the kids would literally starve to death. You do not need to be a Christian to volunteer with us, nor to receive food in these 3rd world countries. I have 75 total spots reserved. And this is cross-posted with several other Meetup and Facebook groups as well as personal friends. Let's fill all 75 spots! Children 1st grade and older welcome!

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