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Catwalk Trail, Gila National Forest, New Mexico
New Mexico

A view along the Catwalk Trail in the Gila National Forest, New Mexico.  The trail follows the route of an old pipeline in Whitewater Canyon.  It's a very scenic and interesting, easy hike.

Copyright: Joe williams
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上传: 10/10/2009
更新: 09/04/2012
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