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Loy Canyon Trail #5, AZ
2005-09-0410 by
 
Sedona, AZ
 
Hiking4.00 Miles   2 Hrs       2.00 mph
1,744 ft AEG   
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With Benny Coe. Quick look near the trail head and beyond scouting out a future hike. Also checking for the ruins mentioned in the HikeAZ trail description;

"Just beyond the ranch, on the west (left) side of the trail, a large natural amphitheatre can be seen in the face of Loy Butte. According to several guidebooks, there should be a number of small cliff dwellings in this area. I did not search for them on this trip, but when the weather is cooler, I will likely return to do so."

Didn't locate them on this scouting trip. Searched for some suitable overnight camping spots to allow for an early morning hike. Will be back soon!
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