I decided to take a little break from the Prescott trails with some road running to build up my capillary beds. Copper Basin runs from southwest Prescott west into the Prescott National Forest. The road is paved for the first 3 miles then turns to dirt roads as it winds up over the Sierra Prieta mountain range. This run pushes your Vo2 Max as you make a 750 elevation gain within the first 3 miles.

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Happy Running :-)

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2 thoughts on “Copper Basin Road

  1. That’s a LOT of photos! Did you stop every few minutes to take one, or have some headmount thing that takes a pic at intervals? ;-)

  2. Lol, I just got a new Canon PowerShot ELPH 520 with Intelligent IS which analyzes camera movement and applies the best shake correction, so I actually took those photos while I was running, although I slowed down a bit.

    It was my first run with the new camera, so I went a little crazy with taking pictures :-)

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