Camp Beale Loop is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kingman, Arizona that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length3.2 miElevation gain580 ftRoute typeLoop
dog friendlyHikingMountain bikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingrunningViewsWildlife
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Monicca Murphy
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Michelle Murphy
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Tori Gillispie
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wonderful!!!

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Jim Gillispie
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Tanner Skousen
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Had to do this one again, first time didn’t record the whole thing, so came back again today to do it over. Trail in great condition, nice and windy to keep you cool while hiking.

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Ryan Chidester
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Ryan Chidester
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Ryan Chidester
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Steve Stoll
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It was a windy day, but a really nice trail with just enough challenge for me. Scenery was great!

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Ryan Chidester
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Ryan Chidester
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Warren Trout
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WalkingRocky

kind of ugly. irregular surface made it hard to walk. monolith trail across the highway is much nicer with lots of interesting rock formations

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Jennifer Comer
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Denice Roth
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Loved it! Kicked my ass but totally worth it

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Stephanie Storie-Mckowan
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Much better this time!

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Denny Presgrove
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Nice hike. We went counterclockwise and I believe it was more of a workout going that way. There are a few inclines but definitely doable. We went early in the morning and it was nice and cool. We saw a deer and two rabbits.

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Jason Champagne
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I decided out of the blue to go for a trail run in Kingman. I've never rain a trail in Kingman. I wonder it and picked this one. it was worth the chance. great for trail running. moderate inclined and mostly smooth. there are tickets and that is what deserts have. the markings we great too.

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Stephanie Storie-Mckowan
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Half of the trail is washed out so it is hard to follow.

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Bryant Braziel
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Heather Serda
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Rocky

A great moderate trail. A few parts have some loose rock and alot of cactus so I would be careful with dogs and young children but in general is a nice trail.

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Kelly Winston
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For being a kingman local and pretty used to this scenery, this is one of the better local trails. It does have a little variability in terms and elevation and views. I would recommend going counter clockwise.

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haley smith
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Jay Jay
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Lots of fun! Moderate for sure.

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Dario Gerussi
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Beautiful trail and views. Started this loop literally as soon as it stopped raining. The ground was a bit mushy, but I never felt any water enter in my shoes. This trail was relatively rocky compared to Monolith Garden across the highway, though. It was about as much as I’d be willing to tolerate in my Vapor Gloves.

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Denice Roth
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First time hiking it and I loved it! Will probably change my mind later but it was fun! Lots of cows and their babies too!!

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Chelsey Schirm
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Pretty easy short hike. Saw a lot of cattle but they didn’t bother us. Would definitely do this hike again for a quick workout!

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Shann Murray
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This is a good moderate trail with some small elevation gain. You do need to be careful as there are lots of cacti and cacti seeds so if you bring a pup be ready with tweezers to pull those suckers out of paws! My two dogs love this trail!

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Charles Rowe
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62° on Friday, January 3rd. A little windy, but perfect weather. A short loop, but definitely an awesome workout! ( Moderate elevation gain in either direction. I went clockwise from the parking lot.) Trail is super easy to follow and has a mix of volcanic rock, scree and packed dirt. Perfect for a cardio workout. Although short in milage, don't forget to carry water. Recommend layering, depending on current and forecasted weather conditions. Additionally, head cover should be worn, as there is no shade to provide protection from the sun. Footwear is extremely important, as the trail is extremely rocky. So, above the ankle tied hiking boots would be my recommendation for solid ankle support.

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