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Devils Bridge

Sedona, AZ

Was steep but a short hike. The trail was in moderate shape. Was slippery in places with pea gravel. Great wiew from the top. The trail went to the top of this one. This is a heavily traveled attraction.

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Humphreys Peak - Arizona Highpoint
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Fatmans Loop Trail
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Humphreys Peak - Arizona Highpoint
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Elden Lookout Trail
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Humphreys Peak - Arizona Highpoint
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I did this hike in the summer and it was a nice break from the heat. You can be in Phoenix with 110 degrees in the morning and at 70 degrees and 9000 feet elevation by hiking time. If you do come from Phoenix in the morning to hike, be weary of the altitude change and be ready for a really hard first mile.

The trail is up the whole way with plenty of long switchbacks. The trail was full of roots and was often more like bouldering than hiking. The last mile to the saddle is really hard. After the saddle, the trail gets really bad and often hard to follow but the views are spectacular!

Don't be fooled by the first 3 false peaks, they are going to break you heart. Just keep pushing to the top... it's about 2 miles after the saddle.

The only other problem with this hike is that it is always packed with people. Tons of people and dogs.

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Fatmans Loop Trail
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Nice trail. Easy to get to, easy to follow, and wonderful scenery. Enough of a climb to get the heartrate up, but short enough that beginners can still handle it.

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Bear Jaw - Abineau Canyon Loop
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Great loop hike. Trails good even with a trace of snow. Nice views of Kaibab Plateau at top. To get to trailhead, I found forest roads from US 180 better than FRs from US 89.

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Fatmans Loop Trail
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Sandy's Canyon Trail
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Difficulty: Easy
Pros: Beautiful Views, Winding Trails and Great Close Ups
Cons: A section of this trail runs beside a moderately traveled road. While you cant see the road fully you can hear the traffic.
Parking: C+ Small Parking Area near located near the Trail Head shown by the start point of uploaded tracks.
Other: Campground

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Elden Lookout Trail
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Start on Fatmans Loop heading up the right (or left if you prefer) side until you reach the junction trail up Mt Elden. Trail up is pretty steep and rocky but worth the effort. Beautiful views at the top. Some sliding on the rocks, dirts and leaves coming down. The day we went it was pretty windy and even more so up top and I was glad to have an extra layer of clothes in my backpack.

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