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Thought I'd post for our community. On the plus side, maybe they will fix some of it!!!

Elden Lookout Road temporarily closed beginning Wednesday
Story Discussion Elden Lookout Road temporarily closed beginning Wednesday
Posted: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 12:21 pm | (0) Comments

Elden Lookout Road will be temporarily closed beginning Wednesday for routine maintenance work.

According to information from the U.S. Forest Service, the work will take about one to two weeks. A barricade and "road closed" sign will be posted just above the Lower Oldham Trailhead starting Wednesday morning.

Crews for the city have begun construction on the Inner Basin Waterline. Visitors in the Schultz burn area should be cautious of heavy equipment in the area. Construction is expected to last through mid-November.

For more information, visit Coconino National Forest - Welcome!.

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Thought I'd post for our community. On the plus side, maybe they will fix some of it!!!

Elden Lookout Road temporarily closed beginning Wednesday
Story Discussion Elden Lookout Road temporarily closed beginning Wednesday
Posted: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 12:21 pm | (0) Comments

Elden Lookout Road will be temporarily closed beginning Wednesday for routine maintenance work.

According to information from the U.S. Forest Service, the work will take about one to two weeks. A barricade and "road closed" sign will be posted just above the Lower Oldham Trailhead starting Wednesday morning.

Crews for the city have begun construction on the Inner Basin Waterline. Visitors in the Schultz burn area should be cautious of heavy equipment in the area. Construction is expected to last through mid-November.

For more information, visit Coconino National Forest - Welcome!.

Read more: Elden Lookout Road temporarily closed beginning Wednesday
not really a problem for anyone on a bike with pedals and in possession of a trail map.
 
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