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White House Ruin Trail - Canyon de Chelly, AZ
2009-06-1318 by
 
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Northeast, AZ
 
Hiking3.05 Miles   1 Hour   20 Mns    2.29 mph
747 ft AEG   
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What a beautiful hike. Loved it! With a group that wasn't as fast, and while waiting for them to make it back up the canyon wall heard some thunder, then rain started, then pea-sized hail. Didn't last too long, fortunately. The wind at the ruins was intense! Strongest I've ever had during a hike anywhere.
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