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Friday, September 19, 2008

HAT TOP HILL

HAT TOP HILL Goldfield Mountains Often overshadowed by their famous neighbors--the Superstition Mountains--the equally interesting Goldfield Mountains also offer outstanding hiking opportunities. That is, of course, if you can manage to find your way around on the confusing maze of old roads and faint paths that provide access to the area. Without a good map and sound route finding skills, it's virtually impossible to stay on track in the Goldfields. In March of 2008, I was fortunate enough to participate in a Sierra Club outing led by Ted Tenny, author of Goldfield Mountain Hikes (Gem Guides, 2006). It was a memorable adventure and a highly recommended destination. However, due to the complexity of the route, I will defer to Ted's book and website for maps and route information. Visit Ted at mile240.us/Goldfields/index.html

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