L.V. Yates to "Two Bit" Peak Loop is a 3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Phoenix, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
From Tempe take hwy 51 North. Exit on Shea blvd and turn right for about 2 to 3 miles. Then turn right again on 40th st and go to the end as it ends on the trailhead.
Short and sweet hike. The first 6 or 7 mins is a long walk to the actual hike up to the peak. The trail is a steady incline e the rest of the way up which will give a very good workout. Great 360 view of the valley. If you want a great workout with the same views as Piestwa without the crowd then this is the trail for you.
Very rocky, a bit unstable..but fun! Good hike with little traffic on the weekday and good views at the top.
Great trail. Perfect for trail running. If you start from Tatum lot 100 and turn onto two it it makes a 4 mile round trip. Very rocky and technical
Great hike for in town. Allows dogs. Less crowded than some trails. Challenging for beginners but doable. Views are great and similar to Piestawa. Natural trail (no man-made stairs) and very rocky.
nice hike with a beautiful view close to central Scottsdale.
much easier if you want an alternative for echo canyon
This trail was the first mountain I have ever hiked to the top of, I'm glad to see that it's actually rated as hard!!! lol it was indeed, buuuuuut I did it!!! i could not have done it without walking sticks!!!! beautiful view at the top!!!
Great trail for a quick hike after work
I hiked this one by mistake! But what a good mistake! I parked at 40th trail head and meant to hike trail 8, but missed the sign and kept going straight. I just kept going anyway and found a great new hike. Somewhat popular too, as I was not alone here. This is almost as high as Squaw Peak (Piestawa), great views up here. Also a real leg burner!