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Walnut Canyon, AZ
2009-03-025 by
 
Flagstaff, AZ
 
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Took the back road to the national park which was a very nice drive through the forest. I walked the trail down to the cliff dwelling homes, which was very cool, but the trail was very short. the rim trail was a little longer, but unless you are a history buff which I am, then you probably will not want to drive so far to walk this trail, but if you are here, it is a trail that can be added as a day off od serious hiking.
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