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Aspen Trail

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Descend a short forest path in Navajo National Monument.


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7,263' 2,214 m

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7,164' 2,184 m

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99' 30 m

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12%

Avg Grade (7°)

15%

Max Grade (9°)

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Shortly after passing the first two exhibits on Saddle Trail hang right. The path will take you down 300 feet to explore an aspen grove and Mexican spotted owl habitat. This is a self-guided tour with many signs posting information about the area. It should only take a few minutes and is a complementary piece to Sandal Trail.

Flora & Fauna

This trail is to highlight the aspen trees and endangered Mexican Spotted Owl.

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Dylan Payne

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Oct 28, 2019
Valerie Norton
Just after first snow, so the rest was closed for the season. https://valhikes.blogspot.com/2019/10/sandal-trail-and-rest.html