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00:22:14
8:54 min/mi
no photoby cphillips on Oct 24, 2005
Filed under: running, Notes: none
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00:23:36
9:26 min/mi
no photoby e.splinter on Dec 19, 2007
Filed under: running, Notes: 38:05 round trip
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00:30:24
12:10 min/mi
no photoby Buddyboy13 on Jul 22, 2005
Filed under: running, Notes: none
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00:38:00
15:22 min/mi
no photoby lori7575 on Sep 05, 2004
Filed under: running, Notes: none

Comments

no photo On February 11, 2005
2hotnAZ said ...

I've hiked this several times, but never considered "running" it.

If you keep a steady pace, walking up (the Echo Canyon trail) will take 35-40 minutes.

Many people run up and down in the mid-to-low 20 minute range, but they are part mountain goat.

Keep in mind that our local fire and police do multiple mountain rescues from this trail every year, so it's not your typical "running" trail, especially in Phoenix' summer heat.

The view from the top makes it worthwhile, especially at sunrise!!

no photo On July 20, 2005
Buddyboy13 said ...

Echo Canyon is a great cardio workout. I'm 55 years old and do it in just under 30 min. Talked to younger guys who've made it in 15 minutes, AMAZING!. Write in your times and age here if you've done it. Times are from start to peak.

no photo On October 24, 2005
cphillips said ...

I run/climb camelback (Echo Canyon side) about 3 to 5 times a week. I've found that my knees actually do better with this type of running as opposed to running on flat hard surfaces. I also love the strengthening aspect to the legs and have found a large carry over into cycling up hills/mountains. To the person first trying the hike I would also suggest a slow steady pace because those last two climbs at the end will get you working.

no photo On January 2, 2013
shieldcolon61 said ...

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