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West Fork Oak Creek Trail #108
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2011-03-05
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Sedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking Mar 05 2011
Rick Vincent
Hiking1.00 Miles 200 AEG
Hiking1.00 Miles
200 ft AEG
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Took my kids up to Sedona for the day. We drove over to Westfork for a short hike. The attendant at the entrance said we might be limited as to how far we could go due to high water levels. I decided to go ahead anyway and just let the kids have some fun wherever their legs could take them.

There is still quite a bit of snow in the canyon, and my little ones took full advantage of the conditions by stomping around in the white stuff and making snowballs.

The first creek crossing was easily crossed by walking across a couple of downed trees that appeared to have been placed by other hikers. My two youngest used the sit and scoot method to cross.

Our hike outing turned into more of an exploring and playing in the snow day. They had a great time, and that is all that mattered today.
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