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Big Bend - Dog Canyon

Trail (3.25)3
(1.17) (3.50)
5.00 Miles N/A
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Trailhead This is where the trail starts/ends. Dog Canyon can be seen in the background. (Photo by Lone_Star) View Of The Trail This arroyo leads you to, into, and through Dog Canyon. (Photo by Lone_Star) Awesome Rock Formations The rock formations in Dog Canyon are incredible. (Photo by Lone_Star)
More Awesome Rocks Another view of some of the awesome rock formations in Dog Canyon. (Photo by Lone_Star) Park Boundary If you stay in the arroyo, the only sign you are leaving the park is this barbed wire overhead. (Photo by Lone_Star) Park Boundary If you climb out of the arroyo, you'll find these park boundaries signs posted along the barbed wire fence. (Photo by Lone_Star)

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