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New Frontiers of the Southwest:
The Hayduke Trail
Hiker Marcie Hahn and Hayduke Trail creators Mike Coronella (center) and Joe Mitchell hide from the 105-degree F (40.5-degree C) heat near the end of Lower Muley Twist Canyon.

"The rocks had super-cool striations [or minute grooves] and patterns," photographer Lee Cohen says. The Hayduke 812-mile (1,307-kilometer) Trail stretches from Utah's Arches National Park southwest to Zion National Park.

Photograph by Lee Cohen

March 2005

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