Vous cherchez un bon sentier près du bassin de Tonto, en Arizona? AllTrails propose 6 superbes sentiers de randonnée, des sentiers panoramiques et plus encore, avec des cartes de pistes et des itinéraires choisis avec soin, ainsi que des critiques détaillées et des photos de randonneurs, de campeurs et des amoureux de la nature comme vous. Si vous êtes à la recherche des meilleurs sentiers autour de Lost Dutchman State Park ou de Prospector Park, nous sommes là pour vous. Vous trouverez également de très bonnes options de parcs locaux, comme le Three Bar Wildlife Enclosure. Se préparer pour un défi? Il y a 5 sentiers dans le bassin de Tonto, allant de 6,4 à 18,4 milles et de 2 349 à 7 303 pieds au-dessus du niveau de la mer. Commencez à les vérifier et vous serez sur la piste en un rien de temps!

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

This was a nice easy hike until the last 1.5 miles down to the creek bed. As many other reviews mention, these switch backs are tough. Especially with gear. Overall, it was a great hike. We made it to the bottom (5.5 miles) in about 4 hours, taking our time. The few campsites were simple and small as expected. Getting to camp right next to the creek was great, there is something special about sleeping next to water. Wear a good pair of hiking boots, think long pants and long sleeve shirt for this hike. And, as always in AZ, bring more water than you think you’ll need.

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3 months ago

Rocky in the beginning but the rest is pretty easy going.

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4 months ago

it's very beautiful, but also overgrown. there was an Arizona black rattlesnake on the trail, chilling in the brush to the side of the trail.

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4 months ago

My buddy sent me pics of waterfall and beautiful scenes. I went on this hike and saw none. The drop into hells hole hoes a thousand feet down in one mile of overgrown vegetation that leans towards pushing u down the edge. I wore short sleeves which was a huge mistake. At the bottom there are 3 camp sites. We took the best one littered with beer cans and broken fishing poles. The water only existed in a disgusting stagnant pool a short ways from 2 maggots infested dead deer. Honestly if I wasn’t sadistic and loved hurting myself on the insane elevation climb I would have hated this hike. The best part was us being away from literally any human. We knew nobody was out there at all. The worst part- was the rest of it. AZ has so many beautiful places in it for me to waste time on this trip again. No clue where a waterfall was. We struggled to find water at all.

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4 months ago

Great trail. Starts out rocky but you end up in sandy conditions. Aside from one technical spot, this is no where near a hard trail. Great views when you reach the top and start down towards Bartlett.

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5 months ago

Great trail. The first section was a challenge for sure. Gorgeous area!

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5 months ago

This trail is a disaster. You’re best to just hike FR487 all the way to the top. Took it up, decided to try this way thinking it’d be shorter. Big mistake. Trail starts out fine, but once it starts really descending, it’s totally overgrown with thorny bushes about waste high. Pushed all the way through to FR487 as the thorny part was too far from the top to turn around. STAY OFF AND HIKE THE ROAD.

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5 months ago

This trail was pretty difficult in our Jeep Rubicon (2.5" lift with 35" tires). Give yourself lots of time, as there are a lot of boulders to get over/around, and it's pretty overgrown in spots. I don't think you could do this without some pretty good ground clearance. We didn't make it all the way to the end because we started too late, but we're going to try again in the future.

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6 months ago

Bar none best hike due to being the most challenging for me. The switchbacks were insane and beautiful. I would suggest poles or rope. Wear long sleeves and a good pair of hiking footwear as there is tons of overgrowth. Maybe a machete for some bushwhacking. Glad we spent the night. Had a little mishap going off trail, (about mid way) by following the creek to the right instead of crossing over the creek, but made for a good adventure and got to see some beautiful terrain. Once we backtracked, and got back on trail, all was good and we made it to our destination campsite by the river before sundown. Couldn't find the waterfall but still had a great time! would I do it again?....hahahaha no.

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8 months ago

we couldn't find the trail, it does not exist anymore unless you're willing to bush wack and are expert in path finding. we just hiked up the forest road 487 all the way to the Aztec peak and really enjoyed it. very light traffic. you can drive as far as you want, and if you don't have a 4-wheel drive then just find a spot to park (old campgrounds) and hike.

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8 months ago

We started this trail around noon in my 97 land cruiser. My 80 only has the center diff lock and it is riding on horrible stock suspension with 290k miles but a good set of offroad tires. There were several technical sections where the line had to be just right, but we made it through fine. When we got to the end we decided to take the FR 393 to the Verde River to try to find a crossing. Part of the trail on 393 was flooded, but the trail was still packed with hard sand under the water which was on 2 foot deep so we went on. In took awhile, but eventually we found a cross point around N33 808 and W111 650. You will scratch the hell out of your ride, but we didn't mind. It was about 4:30 when we made it to the hardball at Bartlett Reservoir then it was only an hour drive home!

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8 months ago

first couple of miles are legit. No kidding. large boulders that require some serious lift to go over or either a short wheelbase to go around (tight turn). Went in my '14 JK with 3.5" lift and 35" Nitto Terra Grapplers. Rock sliders got used a couple of times and some fender damage (gives me an excuse to replace them), this trail got my rig more fully articulated than most. My friends CK without a lift got over most boulders but hit a couple of times (ouch). Once you get past the first 2-3 miles, the rest is pretty easy. Great scenery!

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