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    Vultee Arch Trail 22

    Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness Area, Arizona
    Distance1.5mi
    Elevation Gain434ft
    Trailhead Elevation4,802ft
    Top5,198ft
    Elevation Min/Max4802/5198ft
    Elevation Start/End4802/4802ft

    Vultee Arch Trail 22

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    Alafaya, FL
    Explorer | 40 pts
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    11/10/2005
    This was the third of three trails I hiked this day. After meeting a forest ranger on the trail at Devils Arch he recommended this trail to me as one of his favorites.
    It is at the end of the road and the trail is one of three that start here. Look to the right and you will see it clearly marked. It is easy to moderate for those in shape and follows a stream bed for most of the time. There was some standing water so I did run into some misquotes for the first time today. This was fun trail with a great view from the back of the canyon out into a valley. The arch is just past an intersection on the left. Look for the dedication plaque in a rock highlighting why this is named Vultee Arch.
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    Albuquerque, NM
    Explorer | 40 pts
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    10/24/2005
    DIRT ROAD TO TRAILHEAD WAS TOO ROUGH FOR OUR CAR. WOULD RECOMMEND 4 WD VEHICLE.
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    Batesville, IN
    Explorer | 30 pts
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    5/8/2003
    The road to the trail head is 4 miles of dirt road, very bumpy, rough ridged and muddy in place. The hike is great. The creek intersects the trail numerous times and one is likely to get wet feet. But it is worth it. The trail is mostly shaded through pines and oaks. The arch is small and can be crossed but we did not do it. Hike is uphill. Enjoyed the hike very much.
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    Trail Information

    Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness Area
    Nearby City
    Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness Area
    Parks
    Dog-friendly
    Accessibility
    Easy to Moderate
    Skill Level
    Coconino National Forest
    Local Contacts
    Wilson Mountain USGS quad
    Local Maps

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