hiking

One of my favorite hikes I’ve done and the weather was beautiful along with the endless views

hiking
2 days ago

A nice trail for training, running, walking. I used to horseback ride here but there are too many blind turns and mountain bikers so we no longer consider it safe for horses. Which is a shame since we made that trail. For the most part bikers are considerate but then there’s the other type....And folks need to keep dogs on leashes. It’s the law. I’ve been attacked by two dogs in separate incidents on this loop when one man lost control of a pit bull and another had a loose Shepard. So be aware, stay safe.

hiking
1 month ago

Great walk with the dog.

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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hiking
2 months ago

mountain biking
3 months ago

Not for the beginner allot of steep sections on the trail.

This is NOT a moderate hike - definitely strenuous with steep uphill grades, 20% at times. Especially if you continue on to Miller Peak. The trail is easy to follow though.The steepest part is the mile after the boiler up to the crest trail. On the positive side, it's definitely the most forested/shaded trail in the Huachucas. 12 miles up and back to the peak and 4,000 ft of elevation gain. The creek is running and so is tub springs.

hiking
3 months ago

Very nice, but tough trail! Right now it has some vegetation making parts of the trail hard to follow.

backpacking
3 months ago

This is NOT a moderate hike - definitely strenuous with steep uphill grades, 20% at times. Especially if you continue on to Miller Peak. The trail is easy to follow though.The steepest part is the mile after the boiler up to the crest trail. On the positive side, it's definitely the most forested/shaded trail in the Huachucas. 12 miles up and back to the peak and 4,000 ft of elevation gain. The creek is running and so is tub springs.

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Took on Miller Canyon last week. It was definitely tougher than I thought. couldn't get to the last 2 miles due to weather that moved in. But 8 miles total for the round trip was plenty. Great trail with tons of steady elevation through out, nice vegetation and well tended trail way. Recommend if you get a very early start during monsoon (July/August), otherwise afternoon weather will interrupt your hike.

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4 months ago

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5 months ago

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5 months ago