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Hike: Boynton Trail

April 20, 2011
Boynton Canyon Trail

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Try out this short hike in the Boynton Canyon, which is famous for both its beauty and its supposed spiritual vortex.

Boynton Canyon Trail | Sedona Arizona Hiking

Boynton Canyon is one of the most scenic of the box canyons that make Arizona Red Rock Country so famous. This particular trail enjoys the additional.

Publish Date: 02/04/2011 9:26

http://www.sedonaarizonahiking.com/2011/02/04/boynton-canyon-trail/

Boynton Canyon Hike. | RVThereYet Blog Network

Today we were back in Sedona to hike the Boynton Canyon Trail, the trail is located near the Devil’s Bridge Trail off the paved portion of Dry Creek Road near the Enchantment Resort. The information we had about the trail was all over …

Publish Date: 04/13/2011 20:31

http://rvthereyet.cc/blog/2011/04/boynton-canyon-hike/

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Desert Hiking: Spectacular!

January 27, 2010

Winter is the perfect season for desert hiking. The weather is often clear and warm. The scenery can be spectacular.

Here are some articles on the desert and hiking therein. I hope you enjoy them.

Mojave Desert Hiking Trails

Mojave Desert scene in Joshua Tree National Park.
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mojave desert hiking trails California to the west, Lake Havasu is an oasis of water in the desert of Arizona. The result of the construction of Parker Dam, this lake was created in 1938. The Lake Havasu City was founded by Robert P. …

Publish Date: 01/13/2010 0:53

http://www.fakinglife.com/

Palm Desert Hiking Trail Map – Palm Desert CA 92260 • mappery

Trail map of Palm Desert, California. Shows hiking trails leaving right from town.

Publish Date: 10/17/2009 7:43

http://mappery.com/add.php


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