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Devil's Bridge Trail #120, AZ
2009-02-0612 by
 
Sedona, AZ
 
Hiking1.80 Miles   1 Hour   15 Mns    1.44 mph
320 ft AEG   
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We did this trail for the first time today. It is a nice easy one to start with. But is a stair step of a climb to get to the top. Looks like they have done some work and you are not allowed to go under the bridge anymore since it is being reforested on the old trail there. There are stairsteps up the last little bit that have been created and use natural steps to make a staircase to the top. We used this as a workout to the Sedona 1/2 Marathon my husband will be running and I will walk the 5 K. Just a note too there is a parking spot there that can hold about 7 or 8 cars but is room for another few up and down the road near there.
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Dawn
--On the loose to climb a mountain, on the loose where I am free. On the loose to live my life the way I think my life should be...For we only have a moment and a whole world yet to see...I'll be looking for tomorrow on the loose. ---unknown--
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