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Inner Basin Trail #29, AZ
2006-07-315 by
 
Flagstaff, AZ
 
Hiking6.90 Miles   4 Hrs       1.73 mph
2,398 ft AEG   
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Got to Flagstaff Saturday evening, just in time for a pretty severe thunderstorm with heavy rains. Was a little concerned about how the road to the trailhead would be after the rains, but it was in relatively good shape...passable by car even. Anyway, took a leisurely hike almost to the Weatherford trail junction, then headed back. Lots of other hikers on the trail this Sunday morning, but that didn't detract from a nice hike on a beautiful trail!!
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