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Here’s a Q&A that I did recently for Arizona Highways about the Arizona Trail Trek. The hike has been amazing- I’ll be finishing the trail on Saturday the 31st at the Utah border!! That night, I’m going into Page for a finale celebration from 6-9 pm at Sanderson’s Into the Grand- 148 6th Ave, Page (928) 660-8593. I’ll get to the rest of the blog updates once I return home. It’s been an amazing journey- thanks to all who have participated, donated, and followed along!! See you on the Arizona Trail!!

Arizona Highways

Sirena Dufault at the Mazatzal Wilderness | Courtesy of Sirena Dufault Sirena Dufault at the Mazatzal Wilderness | Courtesy of Sirena Dufault

Back in March, we told you about Sirena Dufault, who’s hiking the entire 817-mile Arizona Trail to raise awareness and funding for the Arizona Trail Association, where she is a volunteer. Dufault is nearing the end of her hike now, and we recently caught up with her via email to see how the trek was going. To see Dufault’s updates on her progress, check out her blog, and to contribute to the ATA, visit this link.

What have been the highlights of your trek so far?
That’s a tough question, because there have been so many breathtaking moments! But I’ll give it a go:
  • Hiking through the “sky island” ranges in Southern Arizona, where you go from prickly pear to ponderosa pines and back down again, often through wonderful rock formations. Tough because of the elevation gain, but worth…

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