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Carr Peak Trail

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Carr Peak Trail es un sendero de ida y vuelta de 5.2 millas con tráfico ligero localizado cerca de Miracle Valley, Arizona. Tiene hermosas flores silvestres y es calificado como moderado. El sendero ofrece una serie de opciones de actividades y es accesible todo el año. Los perros también pueden usar este sendero, pero deben estar atados con correa.

Distancia: 5.2 miles Desnivel: 1,840 feet Tipo de ruta: Ida y vuelta

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Directions from Sierra Vista: Drive south of Sierra Vista 7 miles on AZ Highway 92 to the Carr Canyon Road (FR 368). Follow FR 368 about 6.5 miles to the Old Sawmill Spring Trailhead across from the entrance to Reef Townsite Campground. The Carr Peak Trailhead is located at a parking lot just outside the entrance to Ramsey Vista Campground at the end of FR 368. Carr Peak Spur is accessible via the Carr Peak Trail.

senderismo
rocoso
2 months ago

This was a great hike! Be sure to do the Carr Peak Spur at the top, you get some great views. Be careful getting there, however. The road up to the trail head is extremely rocky and winding, it takes about an hour to get to the trailhead from Sierra Vista. I would only recommend an SUV or pickup truck to make the trip up. We hiked the 6 mile round trip with our dog in a little under 3 hours.

senderismo
rocoso
3 months ago

senderismo
3 months ago

Overall great trail with spectacular views. The hike up is quite strenuous due to the altitude, but the hike down is a breeze. Trail was fairly easy to follow. The road to get to the trailhead next to Ramsey Canyon Campground is quite rough, though. It is possible to drive a small passenger car up this road, after doing so I would highly recommend only driving trucks or larger vehicles up. It took about an hour just to drive up the rocky, winding road in a small car.

senderismo
lleno de maleza
rocoso
5 months ago

Pretty nice trail with great views. It gets a little tight in a couple spots because it’s not a width used trail. It’s rocky in some spots but not bad.

senderismo
8 months ago

Nice Trail great views. Easy to follow. The drive up was awesome as well. We trailered a RZR for the five mile drive. Have to pay for parking $10 but worth it. Saw deer in the Trail

senderismo
8 months ago

Highly recommend. Great trail

senderismo
8 months ago

Pat Scott Peak from Ramsey Nature Preserve Welcome Center. 11.2 miles. Pretty difficult trail. Over 3,000 feet of elevation gain.

senderismo
rocoso
9 months ago

favorite to date, beautiful views, it is steep I. parts, very rocky and has narrow drop off. not a very busy trail, only saw one other person. saw lots of deer and lizards

senderismo
caído
9 months ago

senderismo
caído
lleno de maleza
9 months ago

Awesome trail. The winter has knocked down some limbs and a couple of trees, all passable

senderismo
rocoso
9 months ago

senderismo
10 months ago

Great trail. Dogs on leash will love it and the views from the top are amazing. I’ve hiked this trail many times and am always willing to do it again. Word of caution: if NOAA says high winds, believe it. We have been up there with 30 mph winds and it was not real fun. Fortunately the winds on the peak itself were not nearly as high as they were prior to the spur turn-off. I would rate this 5 stars save for the drive up. That road is just plain scary if you’re not in a 4wd vehicle.

Thu Jan 10 2019

We couldn't drive in. The gate was closed and we had a long hike. Beautiful views! There was snow along the way, ankle deep .....and slippery in some spots. But it was warm enough to shed our light jackets at the top. Didn't see wildlife, but saw some formidable big paw prints. Cougar? Met some new friends, too. :) Our GPS showed 14.52 miles round trip... Great day, though!

Sun Sep 30 2018

Beautiful hike with spectacular views!

Tue Sep 25 2018

This is one of of my favorite hikes I've ever done! If you can only do one hike in this area, I'd recommend this one! I went on a Friday afternoon in late September and only saw one person near the start of the trail. It had so much variety; scenic vistas from the get-go, aspen groves, mountain meadows, and rocky outcrops. The grade was enough to feel challenging but not strenuous and some rocky/rubbly areas kept it interesting. Just be aware that you have to drive up a narrow dirt switchbacking road to get to the trailhead.

Wed Apr 25 2018

Nice hike with good view

senderismo
Wed Mar 28 2018

beautiful views all the way up. the trail is well defined but also a little rugged in spots to keep is interesting. it's worth noting my Garmin tracked it at just over 6 miles round trip. my hiking partners Fitbit tracked it at 6 as well plan for about a 30 minute drive to the trailhead (starting when you enter Coronado). it's a pretty rough drive but my Chevy Cruze made it without much resistance. definitely recommend

senderismo
Wed Oct 11 2017

Nice hike up and back. Great views all around. Only encountered 3 individuals on my way up and back. Of note is I was hot on the way up because I was protected from the wind. If you tend to sweat take a towel, extra shirt and maybe a windbreaker, after coming around to the windward side of the mountain it got pretty cool and windy.

senderismo
Thu Aug 24 2017

Great views and had a lot of fun. Took my wife and I carrying our children in ospreys about 3.5 hours from the campground to the peak and back down. Total distance covered was just under 6 miles according to the garmin. Great time!!

senderismo
Sat Aug 12 2017

Beautiful and everyone had a blast, except when the rain came in as soon as we hit the peak, so it was a little soggy coming down. no LTs died.

senderismo
Mon Jul 24 2017

Read: Trailhead has a 5 mile steep dirt road leading up to it, don't think you can just drive up there with your economy rental vehicle! We went during monsoon season, so we parked our dinky car at the parking lot at the bottom of the canyon to avoid unexpectedly getting stuck up at the campgrounds. It took us 2 hours to reach the trailhead with pictures. Beautiful views all throughout the hike! halfway to the trailhead is a lookout spot for a waterfall. Trail meets the moderate profile, other than the lack of oxygen, there was nothing too difficult. Be prepared to hike 16 miles if you don't have a truck/4x4 during monsoon season. Ran across about a dozen hikers on a Saturday so great if you're paranoid about an unexpected emergency. Sighted only one rattlesnake but didn't cause any problems. Theres an outhouse at the trailhead with no water point, be sure to bring enough food and water for the entire trip.

senderismo
Sun Jul 23 2017

This was an awesome hike. The trail is well marked and easy to follow. There are 2 trail heads close to the terminus of a well managed dirt road which can be negotiated in a 2WD. We camped at Reef Townsite all weekend, enduring heavy bouts of rain, and the road was just as good going down. We started out about 11:30 AM from the Reef Townsite trailhead (Sawmill Springs Trail) and shortly encountered the main Carr Trail, about 3/4 mile in. This way in brings you by the spring, which provides ice cold water good for soaking hats and neckerchiefs. Came across a few parties going up, but saw nobody on the way down. I expected more people given the proximity to the town of Sierra Vista, but it was pretty rainy this day. The scenery is fantastic and the landscape changes quickly. The trail is at times thin and rocky, and then opens into glades and meadows then thickets. At one point there is a beautiful aspen grove which sings in the wind. About a half mile from the peak, the clouds rolled in on us. It was amazing, even though the thunder was ominous. We were enveloped in a cool mist which soon broke into a good steady rain. We were drenched! We made the summit in patchy rain and scattered clouds. It was about 55 degrees, and every plant was swarming with mating ladybugs. There was nobody behind us, and so we had the summit to ourselves. Very cool experience. Everyone in our group loved it, dogs included.

Thu Jul 13 2017

Went on a cool day with lots of cloud coverage and it was perfect. The views are incredible and it wasn't too hard of a hike, I'm sure on a hot day it would have been a lot harder. I'm definitely coming back soon

Fri Apr 21 2017

Nice hike although at 60 years old I was breathing heavily at several times. (which is good) The Trail itself is quite Rocky with very few spots with no rocks. The drive up to the starting spot is 30 minutes so put that in your schedule. We did the entire hike in 3 hours. Enjoy!

Fri Apr 07 2017

Great trail. Remember to pay the day use fee at the trail head.

senderismo
Sun Apr 02 2017

Great trail if you get lost follow route above if anyone find a 1st cav camo pocket knife contact me on ig: agentlemanmustrise t.i.a

senderismo
Sat Oct 15 2016

Nice hike & fun trails.

senderismo
Fri Aug 05 2016

Trail was a little overgrown, but still easy to follow. Great views from the top. I will definitely do this one again in the fall.

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