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Arnoldo Gomez
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HikingGreat!No shadeRocky

Awesome area! Cacti are magnificent, wish i had old pics of area to compare to now and be able to see how cacti have grown. Bring water, cap or hat. Get out and hike!

Michael Ariz
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Hiking

CAUTION: lots of fresh black bear tracks on the Carrillo Trail portion of this hike right after you turn uphill from the Wildhorse path. The very dry weather seems to have black bears coming down to lower elevations. Saw the tracks on Saturday July 4th.

Emily Cranston
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RunningNo shade

Get trail! Good for running! But busy on a Saturday morning. Easy parking along the road

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Timothy Burr
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Dogs not allowed :( Wide trails good for trail running.

Judy Davis
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Running

SANDY!

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Michael Ariz
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HikingNo shade

Saguaros, Ocotillos, Cholla, steady incline, beautiful views. Plus the saguaros were all in bloom so we got to eat some of their fruit too.

Carly Rusek
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Hiking

Nice, well-marked trail with good 360 views at the top. Enjoyed the climb in the last mile or so. Absolutely no shade, so recommend starting early.

Russ Ricks
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Garwood Loop to Three Tanks to Douglas Spring to Bridal Wreath Falls this morning. Got a little toasty around 10am . Saw a rattlesnake that was sadly missing his rattle. Other than that, just rabbits and birds this morning. Worth coming back in the spring when the water is flowing. Did the trail counterclockwise to avoid too many people. Saw maybe 2-3 others on the way to Bridal Wreath Falls. Saw twice as many on the hike back. Go earthy, take water!

Mando Arvayo
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HikingNo shade

Easy & steady trail if you're just looking to get out quick before the heat. Went before 7AM, felt nice even in the summer.

Felix Baguchinsky
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RunningNo shade

So hot and no shade! Bring lots of water and go early. It was beautiful though. This park is so cool. Must see.

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Charles Boreson
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HikingNo shadeRocky
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Jenna Hayes
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HikingNo shade
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Barbara Hirsch
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really enjoyed the switchbacks! loved the drive from tucson.

ANDRZEJ KOZLOWSKI
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HikingNo shade
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James Porter
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HikingBugsNo shade

Easy but strenuous hike with cool desert scenery all the way up and a great payoff at the top. The Bighorn fire spoiled the westward view but the rest was beautiful. The trail is impressively laid out and maintained. However, its fully exposed from sunrise to sunset so wear sunscreen and start EARLY!

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Nic H.
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Backpacking

Note that the this GPS trial is not all the way to Manning Camp, which is less than a mile further along and uphill. The trail is pretty consistently steep, exposed and generally easy to follow. Mud Spring had some water on 6/20 (there is signage). Manning Camp is a perfect stopping point and has reliable water (camping permit is required and can be obtained online). There is cell reception for much of the hike.

Andrew Gifford
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HikingNo shade

Really nice views of all the saguaros. Not much elevation at all, which is appreciated considering it was mid single digits. Would advise doing in the morning!

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Andrew Gifford
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HikingNo shade

Hike itself is nothing special, but you do get some good knowledge of the local geography and ecology. Worth a quick 10-15 stroll!

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Michael Dunn
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HikingNo shade

This is a very well maintained trail. Saw not one piece of trash on the ground!!! Good job hiking community. However, I gave this trail 4 stars because I went during dry season. The falls were bone dry. Best to hike during monsoon season or if there is snow melt to keep the falls flowing. Check out my IG for hiking content @hiking.4.hope

Joshua Schwab
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Hiking

Nice short easy trail. Trail starts with a short ascent and then you can go left or right. Go clockwise (left) if you’d rather go down the steeper rocky section and a gradual ascent the rest of the hike which is doable for all ages or counter clockwise (right) if you’d like a slow decent with the end of the trail being the rockier climb. The climb is probably less than .3 so definitely nothing difficult and possible for all ages. Pretty much like a staircase. We hike this with my 6 year old son and 66 year old grandfather. Beautiful hike with a lot of flowering cactus mid June. Definitely a nice hike if your looking for an easier shorter hike.

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ANDRZEJ KOZLOWSKI
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HikingNo shade
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Ana Ghoreishian
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Hiking

Every time that I go on this trail, I feel like I have entered into a secret magical world...The quiet, the landscape, and the Flora and Fauna...I love everything about it.

Anthony Martin
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Hiking

It was a fun trail to hike in the evening. Took about half an hour.

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Sheri Tomkiewicz
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Hiking

Very nice paved walking loop. Good to stretch your legs and see critters.

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Caysie Baker
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HikingNo shade
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