Kelly's 52 Hikes in 2022
The goal is to go on and document 52 hikes (avg one per week) over the course of 2022. Most of these will take place in southeast Arizona, but a few may be travel adventures.
This post is going to be a brief synopsis of the first 33 hikes in 2022. Subsequent hikes will have their own individual posts (but we may edit this post to include the synopsis too). If you’re friends with Kelly on Facebook you can see more pictures and descriptions of these previous hikes.
Hike #1 Garden Canyon, Fort Huachuca~
Hike #2 Colossal Cave Mountain Park~
Hike #3 Milleville Historic Site
Hike #4 Brown Canyon In From Ramsey Road
Hike #5 Lower Ramsey Canyon
Hike #6 Lower Huachuca Canyon~
February 10th – my birthday!
Hike #7 Frozen Carr Falls At First Light
Hike #8 San Pedro Valley Less Travelled...
Hike #9 Sunset Cliffs And Cave San Diego, CA
Hike #10 Dry Canyon
Mini Hike #11 - 6th Grade Field Trip To Carr Canyon
Hike #12. Urban Hiking Around The Lake At Mountain View Golf Course
Hike #13 Ghost Town Of Charleston Via The San Pedro River
Hike #14 Hamburg Trail From Ramsey Canyon~
Hike #15 Reef Townsite - Camping
Hike #16 Carr Peak ~
Hike #17 San Pedro River, San Pedro House Access Point
Hike #18 The Purgatoire River In Trinidad, Co.
Hike #19 Coronado Cave
Hike #20 Murry Springs Archeological Site
Hike #21 The Historic Clanton Ranch
Hike #22 Miller's Peak From Montezuma Pass
Hike #23 Where The Pavement Ends On The Southeast Side Of Sierra Vista
Hike #24 Reef Campground To The Top Of Carr Falls & Carr Cave
Hike #25 A Couple Miles Along Perimeter Trail~
Hike #26 San Pedro River Fairbanks Access Point
Hike #27 Scott Reservoir Via Blue Ridge Cave Trail~
Hike #28 Pat Mulland Peak
Hike #29 Salt River Canyon - Apache Junction
Hike #30 Lower Miller Canyon
Hike #31 (Secret) Box Canyon
Hike #32 Bob Thompson Peak
Hike #33 Agua Caliente Park
Hike #37 Empire Ranch
The rest of these challenge hikes for 2022 will be posted individually with more pictures, descriptions and stories. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss them.
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