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West Fork Oak Creek Trail #108, AZ
2009-08-1512 by
 
Sedona, AZ
 
Hiking8.50 Miles   7 Hrs       1.21 mph
200 ft AEG   
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I love the West Fork of Oak Creek!! The best part REALLY begins when the trail ends, once you get into the water and continue an easy meander down Oak Creek. The pictures really speak for the themselves! What a great, relaxing way to spend your day!
Wildflowers Observation Moderate
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