Katahan Trail Loop is a 3.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Prescott, Arizona that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail is rated as moderate and is primarily used for hiking and trail running.

Length3.4 miElevation gain469 ftRoute typeLoop
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Stephen Worland
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lots of little rocks

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Dianne Kandt
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Lovely! Easy to follow, nice views a gorgeous mix of desert and mountain flora!

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Kirk Spry
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Nice trail but nothing extraordinary. Some views of Granite Mtn. and Chino Valley but there are better views on other trails. Not too much shade so better to do early.

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LouAnn Reynolds
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CIndy Corcoran
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Nice trail. Not many people on it. Some elevation but not too taxing. Views of Thumb Butte.

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Cody Chewning
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Nice little trail. Beginning is residential but doesn’t last long. About 15 mins in is a fork to the right you take to complete the loop. You’ll meet back with the other trail after awhile and take the fork left to go back.

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Angela Orlando
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It’s a little confusing whether you’re on the right trail or not, but it’s a nice hike/walk regardless. Alligator juniper and scrub oak and desert spoon territory.

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Logan Hill
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Good views for part of the trail. Easy casual hike.

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Danielle Stanford
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Linda C
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Part shade, especially the loop to the left. Afternoon hike & still some snow. Very muddy on the left. Next time I might just go out & back on the right. Very quiet. Nice to get away from people.

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Robin Spencer
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nice easy hike, great views

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Kirsten Chesney
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This is a great trail! Great for people who like to stroll as well as people who just want to enjoy the views without thinking about how exhausted they are. This isn't steep, no switchbacks, and partly shady. I would bring a hat and sunscreen though. You are surrounded by hills and trees (not pine trees) but there will be mud if it recently rained. Our shoes were caked in it by the end, but only the bottoms and sides. If you're concerned, I'd wear actual boots that cover your ankles, although we didn't have a problem with that. The trail is slightly confusing since you won't see "Katahan" on any sign. But just follow 347 from the parking lot (the only option there is), and then turn right on 341 when you come to it about 15 min into the hike. 341 loops around and connects again to 347. This trail can obviously be made longer, and there is a way to connect it to Mint Creek. Enjoy!

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Terry Lynch
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Stephen Lovesbigbutts
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Terry Lynch
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Katrina Meyer
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CIndy Corcoran
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Susan Lucas
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Les Fowler
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Marla Bassler
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N JORDAAN
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Susan Lucas
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David Edwards
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Sarah Hacker
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LouAnn Reynolds
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Les Fowler
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Susan Lucas
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Randee Dermer
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Joshua Bockus
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