#ILOVEHAWES- XC Event- Cue Sheet Start at 4 Way heading south up Usery Road 2.0 mile mark Right turn at Pit on Wild Horse 2.7 mile mark stay right turn on to Scorpion 3.5 mile mark left turn on to Scorpion Alley 4.3 mile mark right turn on to Stinger Loop 5.5 mile mark right turn on to Wild Horse 6.8 mile mark right turn towards Bush 6.9 mile mark left turn on to Horse Tail (RiverView) 8.9 mile mark right turn on to Mine Trail, 100 ft left turn on to Granite east 9.3 mile mark left turn on to Granite 9.7 mile mark stay right turn on to Ridge – up to Look Out Hill 10.6 mile mark left turn on to Hawes 11.4 mile mark right turn stay on Hawes 11.8 mile mark left turn stay on Hawes 13.0 mile mark left turn on to Saddle 13.3 mile mark right turn on to Secret Trail 14.3 mile mark left turn on to Saddle 14.6 mile mark right turn on to Ridge Trail 15.0 mile mark stay right on “the Cut” 15.4 mile mark stay right on to Saguaro 16.0 mile mark stay left on Saguaro 16.4 mile mark right turn on Twisted Sister 18.0 mile mark right turn on to Wild Horse 18.8 mile mark right turn on to Horse Trailer (Noon) 20.8 mile mark left turn on to Wild Horse 21.6 mile mark right turn on to Stinger Loop East 22.5 mile mark right turn on to Scorpion Alley 23.3 mile mark left turn on to Scorpion 24.2 mile mark Finish at gate- Bush Hwy
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