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Bob Albern reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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MacKenzie Staples reviewed Puerco Pueblo Trail
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MacKenzie Staples reviewed Giant Logs Trail
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Greg Welling reviewed Giant Logs Trail
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Hiking

Giant logs

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Vien Belcher-Sawhney reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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Hiking

I really enjoyed this hike. It is such a different kind of desert than what I am used to in SoAZ. It looks so extraterrestrial. Here is a list of things to note: --There is no shade. --Bring lots of water --Download map ahead of time. We had zero reception down there. --Don't be lulled into following the large washes. I don't know if it was the heat, but I took the low rung fruit and regretted it. Took us further and had to cut back around on the other side of the loop.

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Bryan Bukovina reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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Hiking

Awesome

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Robin Bukovina reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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Hiking

awesome

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Kyle Johnson reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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Aditya Joginipalli reviewed Puerco Pueblo Trail
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Justin Luthey reviewed Devil's Playground Loop
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Hiking

A little difficult to find the start. Be sure to go left at the bottom of the hill after parking and follow the road down to a large gate. Cool views, easy hike. No shade. There is one point near the end that requires an athletic jump unless someone can throw you over a la Aragorn and Gimli! But don’t tell the elf!

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Hiking

Beautiful trail and well maintained. Unfortunate that the Painted Desert Inn was closed.

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Sam Pierangelo reviewed Devil's Playground Loop
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Mountain biking

We stopped just before the loop portion, but the trail was pretty easy. Trail markers were a bit hard to find at the beginning but it was easier after about a half mile in. The playground was definitely worth the hike and the drive, but I don't think I would go back to finish the whole hike.

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Sam Pierangelo reviewed Giant Logs Trail
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Alexander Sunell reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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Stacey Wood reviewed Puerco Pueblo Trail
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Hiking

Easy, lots of history to read.

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarSeptember 8, 2020
Hiking

Easy, beautiful!

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Aundrea Bentley reviewed Puerco Pueblo Trail
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Hiking

Short, super awesome petroglyphs. Maybe made in 2005 not 25 BC? But i enjoyed it :)

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Russ Osterman reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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Jonathan Williams reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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Hiking

Great hike! Mostly easy with a few difficult+ sections. You definitely want to download the map BEFORE you go, there is no reception. Start at the water station at the trailhead and hike down the path directly behind it. You’ll pass some red hills with cool “desert texture” then use the app to follow the hard to find trail down into the wash. Then I made a left at the fork and followed the edge of the wash basically around, the map with GPS helps A LOT, cause it’s not heavily trafficked at all and there are no footprints (I followed the only set of footprints and it routinely took me off trail, so check your map frequently. The little tail on the loop leads into a dried ravine with TONS of huge petrified logs, basically petrified wood everywhere you look. Then on the other side of the loop, it’s another ocean of smaller pieces of petrified wood. It was amazing and wonderful for me, but it was also HOT there was zero shade so put on 3 layers of sunscreen if you go in the summer and don’t go if it has just rained. The wash turns to mud when it rains

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Clisby White reviewed Puerco Pueblo Trail
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Probably my favorite spot in the park due to all the petroglyphs. Tons of them if you really go looking.

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Clisby White reviewed Giant Logs Trail
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Easy trail to walk for just about anyone. Lots of petrified wood along the way right next to the visitor's center.

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Catherine Elser reviewed Martha's Butte
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HikingNo shade

Recommended by a volunteer, this trail was easy with great petroglyphs at the end. Please respect the ancient art work if you choose to do this trail.

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Catherine Elser reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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HikingNo shadeScramble

Another round two trail, and this time I stuck a little more closely to the apps suggestions rather than the instructions presented by the NPS. Just as wonderful!

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarJuly 28, 2020
Hiking

Pretty little walking trail with a great view of the painted desert! Super easy, kinda paved trail.

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Nancy Morera reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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HikingMuddy

Very hard to follow the trail. Make sure you download the map ahead of time.

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarJuly 26, 2020
Hiking

This is the third time I’ve done this little fella, and each time it is beautiful. The first time was mid morning and the sun was already hot and warming rocks where several lizards perched here and there. The second time I danced with the sunrise along it. This time I took my camera specifically in hopes of seeing wildlife, but I definitely saw more on the mornings I didn’t mean to! Like the day I was dancing, I spooked a mule deer from it’s bed. Again, I am able to be on this trail in the early hours due to my art residency. By the time the park opens the sun is generally up enough, that despite the seemingly short trail, you won’t be disappointed if you take water!

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Catherine Elser reviewed Onyx Bridge Trail
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HikingNo shadeOff trailRocky

I more or less followed the National Park Service off the beaten path hiking guide you can find on their website which cut some corners compared to this app. Honestly the petroglyphs were much more of a fascination to me than the actual destination, but all worth it! Just please, please, please, if you happen to find the petroglyphs too, BE RESPECTFUL and DO NOT deface them. Why people do that is beyond me. Anyway, I did this hike early in the morning, I’m fortunately living with in the park as their Artist-in-Residence, and I was fortunate it was a cloudy day. If you aren’t that lucky to have both clouds and an early start, BRING SUNSCREEN, bring a brimmed hat, and plenty of water.

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