Monday, February 4, 2013

Yuma Az, Jesters Trail

While driving around the foothills last week, Mike and I came across Jesters Trail.  Clearly marked out there, we had not come across it in our searching on line for trails to do.  So we made note of it and went back a few days later to walk it.  Turned out to be a little more than we bargained for;)

The trailhead had a sign that said the trail was 2.3 miles roundtrip and steep with a lot of the trail cut out of rock but with rewarding views at the top.  Turns out it was all but the 2.3 miles roundtrip.  Seems that was a typo, it was 2.3 one way and pretty much wore us out.  Some treacherous footing.  Just another adventure!

1 comment:

  1. Oh my goodness! Don't you just love it when hike info is wrong!!!! What a couple of mountain goats you two are!


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