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Old Today, 05:46 AM
 
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Yes, agreed it's going to be hard if Phoenix is too cold. Before I saw that I was going to recommend the North Georgia mountains, but they are certainly colder than Phoenix....
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Old Today, 06:39 PM
 
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OP might need to find a different winter hobby if Phoenix is too chilly -- or wear a sweater.
Yeah hiking here in the winter is no problem. In fact I still sweat in December here with any physical activity. This person needs Palm Springs or Yuma, or Bullhead City, but there’s less mountains to hike.

There’s also Death Valley. Some people live there... you get a job in the park system.
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