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Thread: Soldiers pass in Sedona

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    Wow, really disappointing.

    Some fantastic scenery up there, Soldiers Pass was one of the first trails I ever ran when I got the Jeep.

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    Been Around the Block Randy Tadevich's Avatar
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    It seems as though, that was a lot of peoples first trail run in their jeep. That town so overly crowded now you cant move around or breath. I may just never go back. There are far to many other places in the state to visit and see.

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    Nothing but a Thing Linebacker's Avatar
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    This was the second trail I ran after Broken Arrow when our 2012 JKUR was brandy new. Driving through the surrounding neighborhood I knew it wouldn't be long before it was closed down. Even though it's really short it is a beautiful and interesting trail. Gonna miss it. I love Sedona, but I'll only go back for the scenery and not the trails. They're way too crowded and the commercial Jeep tours are not very happy to see us on the trail. Sigh!
    Last edited by Linebacker; 12-13-2016 at 11:20 PM.
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    Well thats no bueno. I wish I ran the trail when I had the chance...

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