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The return hike down into Devil's Playground Wash allows me to walk toward some great views that were behind me on the way up

The return hike down into Devil's Playground Wash allows me to walk toward some great views that were behind me on the way up Alas, all good things must come to an end, so I begin my hike back toward camp at the end of my short breakThumbnailsOn the steeper, more eroded parts of the road, it's a bit slippery going downhill and almost like hiking cross-countryAlas, all good things must come to an end, so I begin my hike back toward camp at the end of my short breakThumbnailsOn the steeper, more eroded parts of the road, it's a bit slippery going downhill and almost like hiking cross-countryAlas, all good things must come to an end, so I begin my hike back toward camp at the end of my short breakThumbnailsOn the steeper, more eroded parts of the road, it's a bit slippery going downhill and almost like hiking cross-countryAlas, all good things must come to an end, so I begin my hike back toward camp at the end of my short breakThumbnailsOn the steeper, more eroded parts of the road, it's a bit slippery going downhill and almost like hiking cross-countryAlas, all good things must come to an end, so I begin my hike back toward camp at the end of my short breakThumbnailsOn the steeper, more eroded parts of the road, it's a bit slippery going downhill and almost like hiking cross-country

In general, I prefer loop hikes instead of routes that require turning back and retracing my steps at the end. However, this hike is an exception due to the excellent views all around.