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Bailey Jacobs reviewed Agua Caliente Hill Trail
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Hiking

This trail is awesome! It is definitely a challenge and mainly all incline on the way there. Totally worth it! The view is amazing!

Laura Swenson reviewed Agua Caliente Hill Trail
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RunningGreat!

I loved this trail and can’t wait to do it again! Easy to follow, just the right amount of vert! It’s great having a parking lot and the directions were great! Although I got over 9 miles on my Suunto watch. Beautiful views the whole way!

Ken McAllister reviewed Heliograph Peak Trail #328A
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Hiking

Gorgeousness.

Ken McAllister reviewed Heliograph Peak Trail #328A
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Hiking

Gorgeous. We started at 4pm, arrived at the lookout at 630, then hiked down the road with the sunsetting. the last quarter mile we had to get the flashlight out, but the temps, views, and smells were amazing. On the road, keep an eye out for a small plant with upright purple flowers. Not sure what it is--a sage variant perhaps--but it smells wonderful. And all the wild raspberries were beautiful and delicious!

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Rachel Lovato reviewed Carr Peak Trail
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Anne LeBauer reviewed Mount Graham Trail
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Hiking

First few miles overgrown. Then opens up on a nice road that is closed.

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Michael Ariz reviewed Heliograph Peak Trail #328A
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Hiking

Came back to hike again but got rained out before getting to the top. The lightning show was amazing to. A lil crowded since it was Saturday and some large family groups had camped out at Shannon Campground by the trailhead.

Kevin P. reviewed Kent Spring Trail 156
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Hiking

Excellent hike!

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Denise C reviewed Madera Canyon Nature Trail
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Hiking

We’ve been visiting madera canyon for years. I called the the number for the National forest to ask is there are fees. When we last went all the trash cans were sealed and the bathrooms closed. I assumed there was no fees. But paid anyway. To play it safe. When we wanted to visit again I called to make sure and the person I spoke with said yes there is still a fee. Of $8. You can call 520-388-8300 and ask. Anyway. It’s a nice place to have a picnic or take a hike.

Cody Golemme reviewed Madera Canyon Nature Trail
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HikingFee

pretty alright place,our only option due to the Lemmon being out of commission for now. Unsure about the fees at the moment. didn't look like anyone was actually paying them,so we were unsure as well,did a small stretch of the super trail and left,not wanting our car to get towed. guess I was still left with the question of if fines are a thing here and if they are enforced. Either way not a bad place cool birds,saw some lizards and lava rocks.

Katie Guthmiller reviewed Madera Canyon Nature Trail
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normally, I love this trail. but alas, people suck. beer cans everywhere, trashes all overflowing, the porta johns are even fuller than they were in Iraq. no sanitizer or water/soap. the trail itself is nice, but people have ruined Madera.

Luke Davis reviewed Agua Caliente Hill Trail
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HikingRocky

Long steady incline. Good workout all the way to the top. A little rocky and slippery on the way down.

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Michael Ariz reviewed Heliograph Peak Trail #328A
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Hiking

Crispy 60 degree air in July. Steady steep climb up root and rock filled trail through aspen saplings, pines, European raspberries and elderberry, plus burnt trees from the ‘17 fire. Gorgeous. Steep edges and drop offs in a few points. The trail is now clear and easy to follow though - but challenging in its grade/incline and uneven trail. Great for healthy, agile hikers, not recommended for over 65 or under 10 just because of the loose footing and large drop offs of doom. Fun twisty drive up from 4000 ft next to the federal penitentiary to the 9000 ft starting point on roads with no guardrails and major drops (paved and nice tho - but avoid in rain or snow).

Marc Greer reviewed Carr Peak Trail
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Hiking

July 21st. Beautiful day with very little wind. Little rocky first mile but better trail after that. Gorgeous scenery and only saw one other person on the trail.

Shantel B. reviewed Carr Peak Trail
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HikingBugsRocky

A beautiful trail! A little over grown in a area or two, a little buggy at the top, and lots of rocks. But a fun hike and a beautiful view at the top.

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A beautiful hike! My family and I left very early in the morning from the campground. Beautiful views from almost everywhere along the entire trail, but especially when you reach the top where the Mountain Lookout Trail is! We took plenty of water, and even saw some wildlife!

Michael Ariz reviewed Cochise Trail #279
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Hiking

The west entrance is gated as private property and inaccessible, but you can start from the east side campground entrance still. Beautiful hike through yucca desert flats, beargrass and manzanitas, alligator juniper woods, granite cliffs, volcanic hoodoos and boulders. Wildlife abounds so enjoy but be aware. We were cautioned by a green Mojave Rattler just a foot to the side of the trail in the grass - made for a tense crossing as we passed through grass in the other side. We saw a western diamond back rattler in the dirt road outside the trailhead as well. A coyote ran past, squirrels and rabbits too. Not as rugged a hike as Rockefeller Dome so better suited for those looking for a longer challenging moderate trail. Trail was easy to follow but some sketchy parts where an 8 inch dirt path cuts through high mid-thigh grass in snake country. Just be sure to walk heavy to give off vibrations so they can warn you w/ a rattle.

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HikingRockyScramble

Fun hike. We hiked in the morning since this is July. Not much shade. The area is beautiful. Good trail for us older folk. Take plenty of water.

Carly Rusek reviewed Agua Caliente Hill Trail
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I liked the trail overall - closer to 9.5 miles round trip according to my Garmin GPS. Minimal shade, so start early in the summer. Good challenge in the last 1.5 miles or so with nice views in all directions. There are some loose rocks in the steep areas, so watch your footing - especially when descending. Recommend to anyone considering!

Madeline Aldana reviewed Ladybug Trail #329
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Bring lots of water, start early. The desert area was full sun, a hat and sunscreen could be useful.

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Stephen Richard reviewed Arcadia Trail #328
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Hiking

We were heading to Heliograph Peak from Shannon campground. The fork with the Arcadia trail was obvious if you're looking, but pretty subtle otherwise. No sign, just have be be looking! The Heliograph peak trail has had some maintenance (Thanks @Mike Hayes!), but the Arcadia trail south from the fork looks like it needs work.

Stephen Richard reviewed Heliograph Peak Trail #328A
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Hiking

Mike Hayes-- thanks for all your work on this trail. Its a breeze to follow now, thru burned and unburned areas. Still some downed trees to climb over or go under, but not show-stoppers. KUDOS!

Crystle A. reviewed Carr Peak Trail
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Hiking

Agree that it’s on the more difficult side of moderate. Mostly for some areas that are exposed, however I was carrying a very heavy pack at the time. On the weekend there are lots of other hikers out there, during the week, it’s pretty deserted. The views are worth the hike! Love the aspen grove about mid-way up.

Joseph T reviewed Cunningham Trail
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First to Review

Great trail, although about 8 miles if you do the upper or lower loop. Not sure who put it at 3.3 miles. Be aware it's not a true loop, though. You will hike back 2.5 miles on the Swift Trail road from the Cunningham trail head to the Grant Hill Loop parking area where you started (if that's where you started, where most do).

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