Sedona

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  1. joe4702

    joe4702 Barefooters
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    My first time in that area. Trails were mostly soft, fine, red dirt, making for red feet and ankles. I made it 2 hours before the ground started getting too hot. I'd like to go back in the fall, maybe time a hike for after a rainstorm. Be fun to hike through red mud.

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    Love that area. Thinking of doing the Sedona marathon next February. It's half road and half dirt road. Possible to be barefoot depending on your conditioning.
     
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    The ground looks yummy. :joyful:
     
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    The Sedona area is perfect for hiking and running. I have been there many times and hiked a lot of unique trails. I have not had the opportunity to run there yet. I did a lot of hiking back in 2010 with my Vibram Five Fingers.
     
  5. Tyler J L

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    That's exactly what my service worker Valerie said when she walked barefoot through mud.
     
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