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Pioneer Pass to Pinal Peak is a 3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Globe, Arizona that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from September until May.

Length 3.0 mi Elevation gain 1,637 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Walking Forest Views Wildlife Over grown
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greg olson
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Matthew Sciascia
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David Casperson
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This is a wonderful hike! Excellent way to enjoy the outdoors and beat the heat even during the summer. Given the elevation, it is 10 - 15 degrees cooler than Phoenix and there is also plenty of shade which makes it feel even cooler. The dirt road up the mountain is well maintained and can be handled by a sedan. Google maps took me right to the trail head and there is a large turnout that can be used for parking. The trail itself is in good shape with only a few slightly overgrown spots. It is pretty steep in a few areas so you will probably want poles for the hike back down if you have bad knees. Several great lookout points along the trail. However, the top of the peak is crisscrossed by several dirt roads and radio towers which in my opinion detract from experience of reaching the summit. That being said, this is still a 5 star hike as the solitude and beauty of the actual hike is amazing. P.S. Saw lots of bear poop. Keep in mind this is their home when you visit.

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Susan Enyart cheeseman
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Beautiful scenery and wildlife. No water available

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brandon parker
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Lindy Russell
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Michael Grant
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Janet Canez
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Ben Locklear
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Peter Laird
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Nicole Newman
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