Abineau/Bear Jaw Loop Topo Map

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Exploring the north slope of the San Francisco Peaks, the Abineau and Bear Jaw Trails combine to form a great loop hike that reveals nice subalpine forests and some great views. After climbing for nearly 2 miles from the trail junction, the Abineau Trail reaches Waterline Road. Servicing a water collection system that supplies Flagstaff with drinking water, Waterline Road is excluded from the Kachina Peaks Wilderness so that service vehicles can occasionally drive the road to various springs and wells. Mountain bicycles occasionally utilize this road as well.
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Flagstaff, Arizona

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Mar 2018