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Pilar Arias
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Started at the Meadow Trailhead and ended at the Rocky Point Trailhead. The blue diamonds weren't consistent throughout. Not only do I know I got off the trail several times but without another couple hiking I would've gotten lost deep in the wilderness at least twice. Don't get me wrong: There were beautiful views, I just think the trail is a bit long. Look out for poison ivy. There's quite a few overgrown areas.

Jessie Farmer Wilson
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Hiking

Awesome trail! Tons of shade and places to rest on big rocks. Went with my 7 year old son and 11 year old dog and both made it with no problem! We had a blast and would go again!

Melissa Meryhew
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Horseback riding

Absolutely amazing!! Beautiful ride! It does get narrow and quite technical behind the backside of the lake for a short distance. It’s important to bring veteran and surefooted trail horses for this section. Our crew did amazing and it was just enough challenge to make it fun!!!!

Josh Milne
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OHV/Off Road Driving

FR 135 to Rim Road to FR 140. In the area of Los Caballos Hiking Trail in Show Low AZ. Not very busy on the 4th of July weekend. Mostly maintained forest roads with some areas of rutted out sections. Thought we’d get some better views of the Rim, but enjoyed the lightly trafficked trails in and out of the woods with a couple areas with decent views.

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matthew williams
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HikingGreat!

Got there about 8:30 am, Went with 65 year old, 58 year old, my wife and I and two dogs and a nine week old puppy. Took us a little longer because of the larger group but it took about two hours and twenty minutes. Would have taken less time if I were hiking lone wolf. But nice hike not too hard. Glad to check it off the list.

Christine Gerdes
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Fair amount of people today, but plenty of room to have your own space. My husband and I, our 11 and 13yo, and our 10yo dog finished in about two hours, not rushing. Started at 8am and the weather was beautiful and overcast. Tons of tiny, adorable chipmunks. This is one of my favorites.

Nicole Naiman
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Hiking

Great hike, kids ages 7&9 made it no problem!

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Austin Vanderbur
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it's beautiful.. but not very well marked especially trying to do the loop. my wife and I went counter clockwise and couldn't find the way back to our car.. lol. we managed, but damn.. we were out there for 4 hours not the 2.5 it says it will take

Cord Smith
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Hiking

Great trail. Lush and green. Black berries and raspberries everywhere. This trail gives you the most bang for the buck if you are trying to beat the heat.

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Rosemary Wilson
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HikingOff trail

If you really want to take this trail to the end there is a beautiful isolated view of the rim. However, before you get to Mogollon campground you have to turn to the left ( toward the rim) off the paved path and onto a dirt road. This is confusing because the dirt road you need to take is directly behind a wooden sign labeling the paved path threat continues to the campground, as the Rim Vista Trail. Just look for the wooden sign and walk directly behind it onto the dirt road that leads to the rim. If you got to the Mogollon Campground you have gone too far. The other confounding factor is the AllTrails app lost contact with me after I left the paved path, until I was half way to the rim. If there some kind of consistent interference with the signal, you may not be able to get feedback from the app as to where you are. The hike is nice because it is flat with great views. I did not give it a 5 because of the poor directions regarding the last section of the trail that ends at the rim.

Donna Talarski
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Hiking

Walked part of this trail out and back, very rocky and burned it thin timber. Pretty in spots will walk again in fall.

Donna Talarski
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Hiking

We loved this trail, pretty pond with water fowl and a great walk in the woods. Take the short loop if you are pressed for time.

Ashley Schulte
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HikingOver grownRocky

This was a beautiful hike. It was recommended as good for families with children. We had our 5 year old son and 2 year old daughter with us. She rode and he hiked the whole way. It was a bit long of a hike for him because some parts were very rocky. There are also several areas that are hard to follow and know you are on the right path. You won’t get lost, but I wasn’t 100% sure we were on the path the whole time. A few areas have become overgrown or have had trees fall on the trail. Gorgeous and pleasant hike.

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Austin Vanderbur
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Get there early or the trail gets way too crowded. Beautiful though.. absolutely love this trail. My family and I got to see an Arizona Coral snake which was awesome.. check out the picture it was about 3-4ft long.

Brian Dole
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HikingOver grownRocky

Great little trail. The only reason I am Giving it 4 out of 5 is primarily due to sporadic trail markings and many fallen trees on path. Thankfully a ton of cairns along the way. Got a little turned around when crossing a dry river bed and ended up adding a mile or so to this but no biggie. (Thanks to some well mannered hikers that pointed me back in the right direction!). Outside of that, beautiful meandering paths through woods, meadows and canyons. Highly recommend hiking with poles as some areas are steep and counterbalance is good on descent.

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Trail Mess
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HikingRockyScramble
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Dale Rugge
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Hiking

We stayed up on the Rim trail and loved the vistas and the cool breeze. Easy hiking, mostly flat, and plenty of shady spots. 5 miles total, but recorded only the return trip.

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Althea H.
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Rocky

Heads up for novice hikers. Once you leave parking area, it's about a qtr mile up, then you have to CROSS THE CREEK. No signs except "no camping." No little arrow pointing to beginning of the 2 trails. Nothing. We found it and went to See Springs, nice hike, gentle incline, easy trail. Creek burbling almost the whole way.

Ken Kessler
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After you turn right its dirt road roughly for 1 1/2 miles. Don't need 4 wheel drive, there are a few rough areas. Great out and back hike! At the beginning you'll cross the creek a few times. Gradual incline at first then sections of steep inclines. Just before mile 2 start watching for cairns, they will guide you in the right direction. Some areas are overgrown but not to the point you have to turn around. Once you get to the road you made it to the end.

Misty Edison
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Hiking

Loved this trail! I would rate it as moderate as long as you pace yourself uphill. Should be nicknamed butterfly trail. There were hundreds! There were wild strawberries (hopefully since my gf ate one lol) and a geocache. Wouldn't go all the way to the rim as there's no view but alltrails verifies as completed right before the last hill to the road.

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Mike F
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Beautiful scenery and easy trail. Went clockwise from boat launch area and were not sure if we were on trail. Then after crossing the lake the trail was extremely well marked.

Bryce Merry
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Hiking

Main complaint about this trail is how confusing it is before you get to the lake. Recommend going counter clockwise for sure. Other than that, trail is wide and has a lot of shade. We saw an elk and a horny toad and plenty of cool birds. The lake was beautiful but very busy with people for a random Monday afternoon. Unfortunately we saw a lot of human trash so if you wanted to take a trash bag on the hike, I usually do but forgot this time

keira leshinskie
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Hiking

mostly easy trail with a few harder sections, saw some horses and a small pond

Mary Maas
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Great trail! Easy to find, easy to follow. Plenty of shade, water is cold and refreshing. Trail has plenty of rest opportunities that allow for exploration. Wild flowers and butterflies are in abundance this time of year. We did this hike a few months ago and its amazing how much the scenery changes in a few weeks. Great hike to take fellow friends from the Valley on. It takes them back to thier "Midwest " roots with all the greenery. Highly recommend!

Jason Fifield
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BackpackingBugs
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Donna Overland
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Hiking

Beautiful lush forest trail. The 3.5 miles climb up See canyon is steep and hard. Some downed trees to get around too. I did this clockwise loop in 11 miles 5.1/2 hours.

Tyler McIntosh
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Hiking

Perfect trek for a day trip to soak up some leafy scenery! Quick in and out 2.5 hour trail with stops and creek exploration.

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