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Crossman Peak is a 14.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Lake Havasu City, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and off road driving.

Distance: 14.4 miles Elevation Gain: 3,677 feet Route Type: Out & Back


nature trips

ohv / off road driving


wild flowers



Thu Apr 25 2019

The old mines are pretty cool but a little scary so go at your own risk, and be careful of your dogs. On the way down our dog was off leash went into one of the old mines and fell into a shaft. The miracle behind it all was we were able to get her out from a connecting shaft and FOUND ANOTHER DOG!! Both dogs were fine, thankfully and we were able to reunite the dog with his owner. He was reported missing for WEEKS!!! What?!? Any who views are pretty cool!!

Wed Mar 27 2019

horrible trail lots of trash ,shotgun shells and broken cars.couldnt go far due to people shooting guns.was concerned for family saftey so we went back.stay away unless you wanna be shot at.

Sat Jan 13 2018

If you are looking for a nice running trail this is not for you. It’s all loose sand and rocks.

Sun Aug 06 2017

Loved this hike. The view is beautiful. Worth the trip up the mountain

Thu Jan 26 2017

This is super easy to do from the parking space in town at the trailhead. Our GPS gave us 22.1km out and back, and 1045m gain/loss. You are basically walking on a mining road for 4.5-5hours. Good scenery at the top, with the last two KM actually providing a good workout. Hoping one day they make a single track up the mountain, as road walking isn't really my thing.

Wed Aug 26 2015

I did with trail while I was in High School (1984), there was a group of us who would seek out adventures in hiking and camping. We also hiked the Grand Canyon as well, now that's and awesome hike!!

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7 months ago

Sun Apr 28 2019