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See Canyon Trail #184, AZ
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Payson, AZ
 
Hiking8.00 Miles          
1,720 ft AEG   
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Finally made it to this canyon. Been on our list to do for sometime. There were still plenty of fall foliage on the trees even though we were on the down hill side of the peak colors. Nice challenging hike with some good elevation, not much in the beginning but the last couple of miles it started to climb pretty good. Only saw one other set of hikers on this trail the whole day. Really were surprised there was more in this canyon. We'll be back to this one again next spring.
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