One of amazing things of living in a small mountain community filled with endless trails is with the change of each season a new trail is born. Now that winter is here the rocky very technical trails of the summer are reborn into amazingly fast trails that feel more like skiing than trail running. One such trail is the Centennial Trail.

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Happy Trail Running :-)

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4 thoughts on “Season of the trail

  1. Yep Dan, the San Francisco Peaks (north of Flagstaff) are just a short 1 hour and 45 min drive from Prescott. The Arizona Snowbowl ski resort is on the western side of the peaks, which makes it great for quick ski trip.

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