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Long Logs Petrified Forest National Park
Arizona

Giant Logs features some of the largest and most colorful logs in the park. "Old Faithful", at the top of the trail, is almost ten feet wide at the base!

This paved trail has several sets of stairs and may not be suitable for strollers or mobility equipment. Web Site

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Uppladdad: 05/06/2014
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Tags: petrified; forest; national; park; arizona; hiking; travel
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