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Red Byrd Arch
« on: October 28, 2017, 03:10:54 PM »

I found Red Byrd Arch last weekend via the Douglas trail and crossing the Red at the "confluence".   Once I crossed the Red, I couldn't find any trail and I just made my way following animal trails close to the Red, and bushwhacking thru Rhodos following GPS coordinates to Red Byrd Arch.

It's was a beautiful day hike and well worth it.

My questions:  Did I miss a more traveled trail once I crossed the Red, maybe higher up?  Is the alternate route from the top any easier?



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Re: Red Byrd Arch
« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2017, 07:14:52 PM »

The trail off the old road bed is easy to miss (dead fall by the road bed).  Kind of rhodo-ey on the way down (this turn is also easy pass by cuz of the braiding through the rhodo).  Don't know if it's easier but I believe it's shorter.
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