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    Dam Fino Trail Sedona

    I have ridden in dona quite a bit, but need directions to this one. Can anyone help out??

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    That's a great one!

    This might help: http://trails.mtbr.com/cat/united-st...1_4513crx.aspx

    And this: http://forums.mtbr.com/archive/index.php/t-143122.html

    I've only been led there by locals and it's been a couple years. Not sure I could find my way back.

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    Park at the first parking area on the left once Shnebley hill road turns to dirt. Ride up Munds Wagon. It's a great uphill ride - do not take the road! The trail crosses the road 3x. Stay on the road heading uphill after the 3rd crossing and look for the Cow Pie trail entrance on the left. Follow Dale's map best you can - you need to head to the sharp incline to the north and then head west hugging the edges of a cliff. There is a faint trail and it appears that if you slip you might die. Yes, you might die so be careful. Eventually look for a saddle up to your right. Traildoc may be able to ride all the switchbacks to the saddle, but the rest of us enjoy the steep hike-a-bike. Once at the saddle, Damifino shoots off over the hill to the right, hugging the cliffs again. Fine fine trail! Once you slip and slide down to the river you gotta figure out a way to cross and then can eventually hook up with Huckabee. I'm pretty fuzzy on directions on that side. You can just take the road back to town if you can't find the trails.

    Dale's map:
    http://www.singletrack.us/gallery/di...album=56&pos=0

    Frank's map might also help:
    http://www.singletrack.us/gallery/di...album=56&pos=4

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    Dude, you never asked. Slickrock tonight 6ish???
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    Yes..
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

    You're turning black metallic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem
    Yes..
    James can't make 6, but can make 6:45ish.
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    There's a cool google earth and garmin overlay in here
    http://bikemag.com/gallery/magura_camp_sedona_2008/

    Actually, most if it is for a different trail but you can see where Damifino goes through the pass and the traverse across the steep slope and then down the slickrock nose of Schnebly Hill sandstone in the upper left of the photo. And it comes complete with a pic of Traildoc in his element.

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    Here's what you'll find there...


    OTE SEDONA TRIP 2008 from NoahColorado on Vimeo.

    My shop goes to Sedona every January and that may be my favorite trail there!
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    Nice vid Noah!!
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    heli,

    Didn't know if you were hitting it up tonight - can't make it tonight anyway. Have a fun and safe one. Thanks all for the Dam Fino info, it looks "Dam Fine"

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    We did.
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

    You're turning black metallic.

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