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Dysart Trail is a 7.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Goodyear, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

Length 7.6 mi Elevation gain 1,076 ft Route type Out & Back

Dog friendly

Kid friendly

Hiking

Horseback riding

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Views

Wild flowers

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$6 entry fee per car.

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Reviews (11)
Photos (146)
Recordings (5)
Completed (44)
danny flynn
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Went to Dysart Trail today. Dysart and Toothaker both. Not terribly hot today, and the trail was empty! I'm used to seeing other hikers out when I do summer hiking, but not today. Not here anyway. A pretty easy hike overall. Essentially flat with no elevation. Bushwacking off trail you could probably find a little climbing, but I stayed on trail. Easy to Moderate.

Alexandra Ávalos
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Chaed Ellison
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Casual trail, with a few steep climbs

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useful junk
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I enjoyed the most peaceful and serene moment of my week hiking the Dysart trail starting at Coldwater and returning through Butterfield. It's moderate on the easy side, there were very few people, mostly bikers. Being the end of April with the desert in bloom, there were quite a few bees buzzing around the mesquite trees but I wasn't bothered.

Kenny Edwards
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First to Review

Take the Rainbow Valley trail to the Dysart trail to the Toot-something trail to have a nice moderate 4.6 mile loop hike.

Rebecca Pfluger
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Chester Brown
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Ashley H.
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Ashley H.
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Sara Gayfield
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Lisa Cartagena
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