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Angel Bason Trail Professional Review and Guide
"This hike follows the streambed down into Rogers Trough, passing by and around all manner of trees and boulders. Toward the end, you can explore the 600 year-old cliff dwellings up the canyon slope, then Angel Basin itself, a meadow opening up where three canyons converge. This can be done as a long but undemanding day hike or as an easy overnight. The estimated hiking time includes exploring the ruins and riverbeds (and taking the uphill return). OUTSTANDING FEATURES: Riparian glades and woodlands, native American cliff dwellings, cool rock formations, caves, a wide meadow where trails and canyons converge."
--Tony Padegimas, Day and Overnight Hikes in Tonto National Forest (Menasha Ridge Press).
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