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    1 month, 2 weeks ago
    This trail takes you to the top of Jake’s Peek at the crest of the Burro Mountains. Road is for high clearance vehicles. 4x4 recommended. The view at the top is hard to beat as you can see the Gila wilderness and forest. Silver city to Deming and mountain ranges in Mexico and Arizona
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    5 months, 1 week ago
    Easy Jeep Trail. 4WD not necessary. Scenic track crosses creek several times. Many picnic/camping spots along Trail.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    It was a nice experience. Had a great talk with the fire spotter at the top of the peak.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Perfect weather last week. Warm water. We swam and played in the river for hours each day. Unfortunately zero water in the tanks up top, (Grave Tank specifically) so we had to extend our hike one day to get back down to the river.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    The scenery on this hike was breathtaking! With each turn of the river, we would see something amazing. Weather was great - daytime highs about 80 degrees, nighttime lows in the 60s (6/5/2019 - 6/8/2019) except for the evening of 6/5/2019...a cold front came through snd nightime temp was about 40. The ascent up the mountain got a bit hot because we started late, but once we crested and started the descent there was shade and cool in the canyon. Jordan Hot Springs was refreshing. The river was cold, but felt good. By the way, the trail crosses the river 50+ times (not exagerating) so your shoes will get wet. The trail going up and down the mountain is mostly jard packed soil with some rocky sections. The trail along the river ranges from hard packed soil, to rocks, to mud, to deep sand. We saw a handful of other campers, most who we saw were around the hot spring. The trail isn't hard to stick to...and there are lots of places to camp - even for our group of 10. There are caves WAY up in the cliff faces, and a few have trails leading to them. Not many wildflowers this time of year, but everything was really green. No rain, but each day, late afternoon, a great breeze blew down the canyon. What an amazing hike!
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    1 year, 5 months ago
    Gila Wilderness NM. What a great place and with water! This place has a bit of everything from desert-like environs to Mountains & Canyons. All with the Gila River forks flowing through it and creeks and springs. Awesome. Saw mule deer, snakes but there are are black bears and cougars too.
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