Strawberry Mountain Trail is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Pine, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.

3.8 miles
1,043 feet
Out & Back

kid friendly



horseback riding

mountain biking

nature trips

trail running



wild flowers

no dogs

8 days ago

This was a nice hike. Again, we got off trail, on purpose, because we wanted to explore the Ridge. We were glad we did! It was beautiful. We even found a cool shelter someone had built among some trees. Some parts were pretty steep with loose rocks but not too bad. We didn't see a single person. Parking was weird as we parked just outside of someone's gated driveway... Pretty cool hike!

4 months ago

Super sonic

5 months ago

Parked at the end of Ernie's road but missed the turn off about 50 yards in to go left. Not sure if there was a more marked trail that way but we bushwhacked around looking for the rim/edge and did not find a grand vista. There is definitely no trail in the location marked on the map here (we had a GPS and crossed the "red trail line" on the map several times near the saddle but did not come across anything. HikeAZ has it right: "Follow this "trail" as long as you can as it quickly disappears near a fence/property line." Just be aware. It's still a nice area though.

7 months ago

This is an amazing trail, not much traffic, great views

10 months ago

The trailhead isn’t not marked and parking is weird. We went in October and the leaves were absolutely beautiful at this time of year.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Moderate 3.8 mile there and back trail. A lot of sandy uphill (and downhill going back) surrounded by lots of tall pine trees. Dry creek this time of year (June) suggests that this would be a great spring hike; lots of vegetation growing where the water would be. This ap seems to be a bit off with the hike pathway- we were on it and then we weren't and then we were again. It's extremely easy to follow though.

Trees, sand/rocks, squirrels, birds, butterflies. Pleasant. Great for hiking in the summer if you live in the hotter part of the state.

Finding the trailhead is funny because you literally feel like you are parking in a neighborhood (because you are). The street leading up to the trailhead dead ends at the small gate to walk through to start the hike. No restrooms, clearly.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

We missed the first left turn so did a nice loop but the wrong one. Watch out for it.

Monday, August 15, 2016

Lots of variety without the noteriety.

horseback riding
Saturday, January 02, 2016

Good views did partial trail on horseback! Beautiful on top pretty rocky for horses!

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