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A. B. Young Trail #100

Open: All Seasons

Length: Approximately 2.5 Miles (4 Kilometers) One Way; 5 Miles (8 Kilometers) Round Trip

Rating: Challenging (Very Steep)

Hiking Time: Approximately 4 Hours One Way

Elevation Change: 2000 Feet (610 Meters)

Creek Crossing: Yes, in order to begin the hike, you will have to wade or find some boulders suitable for hopping to the trailhead.

GPS: N 34° 58' 10.92", W -111° 45' 2.3394" (Start at Bootlegger Day Use Site).

Mountain Bike: No.

Horseback: Not Recommended.

Dogs: Yes, with a leash, please.

Wilderness Area: Partial

Access: About 10 miles north of Sedona. 20 miles south of Flagstaff. Look for mile marker 383.3, and turn into the Bootlegger Day Use Area (Formerly, Bootlegger Campground).

From the southern end of the Bootlegger area, cross the creek. Look downstream for a sign marked, "Trail 100 ABYoung."

Fees: If you've got a WEEKLY or GRAND ANNUAL Red Rock Pass, there is no additional fee. If not, you can pay the day-use fee (currently $8 per vehicle; $2 per walk-in/bike).

America The Beautiful and Golden Age/Access Pass holders receive a 50% discount.

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