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hike trail to Martini?  Rate Topic 
 Posted: Fri Jun 21st, 2019 06:23 pm
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Going to SC in July. I've paddled to Martini many times. Heard last time that there's a trail to Martini from Tomate. Anyone been on it? 

Wondering if I could lead the family over that way as an option to paddling around. We live in the Phoenix area, and are used to desert hiking. I've done Tetakawi. This looks far easier, but it would be great to make sure. Trail looks passable on Google Earth... 

Thanks in advance,


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 Posted: Sat Jun 22nd, 2019 02:13 am
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Pick your trail head. Very easy compared to Tetas.

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