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Kinder Crossing Trail #19, AZ
2010-06-178 by
 
Payson, AZ
 
Hiking2.10 Miles          
677 ft AEG   
1st Trip Logged
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Hiked down to the Creek and back up.

Great views on the way down and once at the bottom.

Nice pools to swim in and explore.

There are some cool rock formations and waterfalls. I need to come back when I have some more time to go farther down the Creek and find the Eastern TH.

**** .75 mile drive on Forest Road off 95 to the western TH, IS High Clearance. ****
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