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Hassayampa River, Congress & Stanton   NEW!

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March 2, 2018

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Feb. 16.

Explore the route of the Hassayampa River – the “river that flows upside down.” This intermittent river arises in the southern Bradshaw Mountains and is an important water source for the desert. Learn about the river and the wildlife it supports while visiting the Hassayampa River Preserve near Wickenburg. Take a docent-led walk along the beautiful river trails of this important year-round stream. Lunch stop in Congress at Nichols West. Then visit the ghost town of Stanton, site of a gold strike in 1863. Short walks up to one-half mile on uneven ground. Activity Rating: 2.

Instructor: Chris Wuehrmann

$145 per person - Tuition includes transportation, field instruction, entrance fees and lunch. Departs 7AM from Prescott campus.

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