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April 22

“My Good side”

April 22

Chuckwalla Day

Chuckwalla Day April 22 (also known as “Earth Day”) saw 9 chuckwallas on the hike up (highest count yet).

Michelle and Joseph

What a story! Michelle hiked everyday with Joseph (since conception) up until 2 weeks before delivery. 2 weeks after delivery Michelle and Joseph started back to hiking (everyday). Little Joe has been up Squaw Peak over 1,000 times already and the combined weight of him and the carrier is 43 lbs Michelle hikes with on her [...]

Linda and Pat

Linda and Pat from Boise, Idaho. “They still have Cappuccino at the Top?!!”

Don Julio

Don Julio “showing his colors” and catching some rays on a beautiful March Spring day 2016.

Mercedes

They call her “Mercedes”

Peggy and Vlo

Getting away having a good girl talk!

Natalie and Nicole

Natalie from Pittsburgh on her first hike at Squaw Peak while visiting Nicole. AWESOME!!

Les and Aida

Les and Aida from Canada having one GREAT afternoon Hiking Squaw Peak

Hanna and Payton

Baby and Mom  –   “He’ll carry me up some day”.

Edith and Emma

First hike in over 3 years   –   WE MADE IT !!

Pepe

Pepe sun bathing in a Beautiful October morning !!

Adam and Ryan

Adam and Ryan  -  “the Visitors” !!

Ben and Scott

I like that shirt!

Rusty and Kyle

Once a week, rain or shine, hot or cold, We are here !!

John, Inger and Ken

John Replogle on the left with Acting Director, Phoenix Parks and Recreation, Inger Erickson, and Department Director Natural Resources Division, Ken Vonderscher. The trio along with Sharon McKenna and Dennis Morgan hiked together identifying things that need attention on the trail and at the trailhead. Thanks EVERYONE! AWESOME!!

IMG_1993Squaw Peak is climbed 2,000 times a week by residents and visitors seeking a great cardio-vascular workout. Great views for a family outing. The average hike from bottom to top is 45 minutes, but time really depends on each hiker’s capabilities.

Hiking Tips:

- Drink water, drink water, drink water.
- Stay on the trail, otherwise you could be meeting some new friends (rattlesnakes).
- Unfortunately Dogs are not allowed on this trail.
- Parking patience is extremely important. Be sure you wait your turn. People can really get pissed when you cut in front of them.
- Hiking courtesy: Hikers going up have the right of way. Be sure to be courteous.

 

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