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Woods Canyon Trail #93 - Sedona
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Woods Canyon Trail #93 - SedonaSedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking avatar Dec 30 2011
WilliamnWendi
Hiking10.90 Miles 255 AEG
Hiking10.90 Miles   4 Hrs   50 Mns   3.85 mph
255 ft AEG   2 Hrs    Break
 
1st trip
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Picked this trail late this morning, prepped, and drove, hitting the trail about 9:50. Not bad.
We set out to find this picturesque spot found in one of Wendi's magazines. Never did find it but it's Sedona everything was beautiful.
The most notable thing about this hike were the cows! From the Th, through the first gate, and well in to the canyon, Cows! The Bulls didn't look like they appreciated our presence and the ladies would run, stare us down, it was crazy. They appeared to display their brazen toughness by eating prickly pear cactus. Who knew they ate prickly pear.
The trail was really well maintained until about an 1/8 of a mile shy of Rattlesnake canyon and beyond. Maintenance degraded shortly after the confluence but it was almost never hard to find... Well one couple came back saying that the trail just ends, but they must have not looked hard enough cause we never missed a beat, until much later in the hike where it washed out at elevation in one of the side washes. We just climbed over the trees that came down in the slide and moved on.
The Cows looked more pissy on the way out but they coward mostly.
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