I headed towards the mountains.
Found a trail up the mountain. A little further up there was a sign. It said do not go on trail unless you have a compass, map, etc... Then it started with loads of warnings..... Gulp..... I stopped reading and pretended like I didn't see the sign. Sometimes ignorance is bliss!!
The trail was technical at times.
Hundreds and hundreds of cacti.
Loved this tree.
I saw a few butterflies and what I assumed was a chipmunk. No snakes or scorpions today... Yippee!
The path became very narrow. My fear of heights kicked in and I quickly turned back! (felt dizzy taking this photo)
I noticed this tree on the resort property. It looks like it's got green skin. Neat!
I didn't make it to the pool today. I was really tired after my run/ hike..... So tired that I needed a nap :-)
Where did your last run take you?
Gotta shower and dress for dinner.
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Did you find it difficult to breath on your run with the change in altitude? Was the surface on the trail sandy?
I’m thinking about a trail run out that way…and I thought I'd ask
Awesome trail pictures. I love finding new trails and running in areas I haven't been previously.
This looks like a great trail. I'll bet if you hadn't run into the cliff you would have wanted to keep going! I know I would have!
I didnt have any difficulties with the altitude. The trails were not sandy... dusty, but not sandy. If you decide to go you won't be disappointed. Have fun!
Trail Jogger: I could have run indefinitely. Arizona is amazing!!!!!
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