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2008-12-13
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Northwest, AZ
Northwest, AZ
Hiking Dec 13 2008
Trishness
Hiking0.90 Miles 98 AEG
Hiking0.90 Miles
98 ft AEG
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This is my second time to this beautiful slot canyon. I LOVE it. This chilly December day there were 3 other people in there so we basically had the entire slot to ourselves. During high tourist season they want you to go in one way and exit at the stairs on the other end but we were told we could spend as much time there as we wanted. SWEET! We made our way down through the corkscrew and had awesome photo ops at every turn. When we got toward the end of the canyon we heard the sweetest music and came upon a young Navajo man who brought his guitar down there and was playing some acoustic guitar down there. He was an amazing guitar player and we hung out for at least 1/2 an hour listening to him play and with his permission we got pictures of him. It was the the highlight of the tour...to be in such a beautiful & spiritual place and hear that sweet music. The colors were amazing. When we exited we spent time talking to a Navajo man who was very informative of the area. This was a great trip.
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