Inner Basin Trail Topo Map

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A hike through an alpine forest to a large avalanche path on the southeast face of Humphreys Peak, in the San Francisco Peaks. The trail, which is not shown on the topographic map, climbs gradually southwest through fine stands of quaking aspen, ponderosa pine, and the occasional limber pine. The valley floor is broad and fairly flat, though cut by numerous small gullies. If you take the time to walk to either side of the valley, you’ll notice that the bordering slopes are very steep. This is characteristic of valleys carved by glaciers. The road climbs steadily through the dense alpine forest, which sometimes opens up for glimpses of the high peaks.
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Flagstaff, Arizona

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