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Old 11-17-2012, 08:15 PM
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Just some pictures I took here in Northern AZ. Its called the Elden Lookout trail, drove it in a 99 7.3L Ford F350 Superduty. Not hard at all. Buddy came through with a 2wd Grand Cherokee. Slid in the ice, but he made it up. First big snow, we're gonna try and make it up!

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vvv you can see part of the trail. Look really close, you can see the green GC sitting on the trail.
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Old 11-18-2012, 09:16 PM
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looks awesome. See you are from the Flagstaff area. Really like that part of AZ. Need to get back there.
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Old 11-19-2012, 01:24 PM
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looks awesome. See you are from the Flagstaff area. Really like that part of AZ. Need to get back there.
Its beautiful here, especially at this time of the year. I just moved up from Mesa back in August.
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Old 11-19-2012, 05:24 PM
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You know I've hiked up there from the trailhead near the KOA campgrounds, I had no idea there was a road.
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:02 AM
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You know I've hiked up there from the trailhead near the KOA campgrounds, I had no idea there was a road.
When you come in, take the 180 N from Flagstaff to Shultz Pass road, but stay to the right and it'll take you all the way to the top. One of my friends mountain bikes down all the time, probably same trail, or pretty close.
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Love that area, have been twice. Trying to come back in 2013 for a week or two.

Drove Elden Mt in a rental Patriot first time , 2nd time was in a rental GC. Not bad, but some of the rocks made some marks under the Patriot I am sure the rental maintenance guys were puzzled about.
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I just posted some flagstaff and sedona pics myself. Nice trail you posted.
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I just posted some flagstaff and sedona pics myself. Nice trail you posted.
Just saw the thread. Sedona has some great crawlin!
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Sedona has some very nice trails my favorite is broken arrow
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Sedona has some very nice trails my favorite is broken arrow
That's a good one. I have a 30 minute video I did with my go pro but YouTube says its like 3 days to upload it. So I try to export it via QuickTime and it fails every time. Frustrating. Check out my sedona Vic's though. Most are from broken arrow.
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