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Return to the junction with the upcoming trail. For more great views, continue ahead for 50 yards to a well-defined fork. The right branch crosses the top of the mountain and drops down to Lower Red Rock Loop Road. Take the left fork (east), which gently climbs, ending after 0.33 miles on a point of land among large basalt blocks. This vantage point offers lovely views all around. Return by the same route. This trail is unshaded and can be hot in summer.
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This hike is listed as One-Way.
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