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Need to know mile wise how long just the Devils Garden is and where I can get a
picture of the landscape from end to end. Need the picture just of the devils Garden
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Here is the official site.  You could call them to see if they have that information off-hand.
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Sorry, forgot the link.
http://www.nps.gov/arch/
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All I could find, maybe it helps...

The length of a round trip hike:
Length: 7.2 miles round trip including all spur trails.
See http://www.climb-utah.com/Moab/devil.htm
This pic seems to be about the same hike:
http://image03.webshots.com/3/9/72/84/73997284xXgywR_fs.jpg
Though it seems hiking is no longer allowed?
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/getaways/022599/hike25.html
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>Need the picture just of the devils Garden
This is a generic term used to describe many diverse locations. You need to be more specific.

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