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Not a great hike but Bisbee isn’t Zion, with that in mind, it is a nice walk up a hill to reach a nice view with only the occasional other person.

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rocky
1 month ago

We hiked this with our 6 year old walking, two year old on back and 4 month old on front. It’s pretty steep but doable. Would’ve been way easier if not carrying our babies. Well worth it though when you make it to the top.

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over grown
2 months ago

Trail is too overgrown to hike, trail not clearly marked. I am very scratched up from the hike, I would not recommend without pants and a willingness to get lost.

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over grown
2 months ago

i couldn't find the trail

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bugs
no shade
rocky
5 months ago

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no shade
rocky
5 months ago

Relatively easy for experienced hikers, not so easy if you don't hike a lot and somewhat difficult if you are not in good physical shape. Trail is easy to follow and the views are very cool. The terrain consist of loose rock and dirt. A hiking stick comes in handy, especially on the way down. There is barely any shade so bring sunblock and a hat. It is a short hike but definitely bring extra water just in case especially if it is an extra hot day.

Great hike. Many steeps parts with little place to grab some footing but the views are worth a few minor slides!

on Youngblood Hill

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rocky
6 months ago

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rocky
6 months ago

This is an easy to moderate (relentlessly steep) hike with splendid views of Bisbee below and of the adjacent hills all around. For me the real payoff is the eclectic set of shrines at the peak, mostly Christian, but a couple of Buddhas and some psychedelia as well. Little shade along the way so use sunscreen and bring water. Those not sure of foot will also want a walking stick on the loose rocks.

6 months ago

I felt a little weird walking so close to people's homes. Before you get to Jesus, there is a sign warning that the area is for residents only. I was a little uncomfortable and ended up turning back when I reached Jesus. Also, this hike is very steep. I think it is beginner friendly, because it's short, but it's not what I would call easy.

8 months ago

No parking at trail head but dogs and I really enjoyed.. Beautiful shrine at the top and we saw a donkey roaming around!

rocky
8 months ago

Yes, definitely a moderate trail. At the end of OK Street there is a statue of Jesus and a sign that points the way - head to the left. The top of the hill has a number of crosses. About ten minutes in, the trail forks - I went to the right which seems to be a steeper ascent. The trail is easy to follow. There are many shrines at the top. You can turn around and go back or you can hike over to Chihuahua Hill. The trail there is pretty easy to follow. The Western side of Chihuahua offers a nice view of the Lavender Pit. To return, go back the way you came. At the pile of rocks, look to the left and you will find a trail that leads down the mountain. Again, it's not the best trail, but you won't have any problem following it. It will take you back to the Jesus statue so you can make your hike a loop rather than an out and back.

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private property
rocky
8 months ago

No parking at all On trailhead. We stayed in Bisbee so we’re able to walk to trailhead, which is marked by statue of Virgin Mary. Goes through private property. Very overgrown.

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rocky
9 months ago

rocky
10 months ago

This is a challenging, but rewarding trail. I feel the "easy" rating is totally misleading. I'd definitely consider it moderate at least. you walk up OK/Oak all the way up (just to prepare your calves for what is to come) until you see Jesus and the chicken house. Then you make your way uphill over steep terrain with loose rocks and immediate drop offs. Be careful, but the views are awesome! I think the trail splits and goes to B mountain, too.

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10 months ago

Great short New Years Day Hike. We started from downtown Bisbee and returned within an hour. It was steep in spots and lots of loose rocks. Terrific views and a bit of snow. We did hour annual summit to toast in the new year with Syrah. Que Syrah, Syrah. A great place to start the new year and a pleasant hike.

This trail falls on private property. Anyone who travels this is trespassing as the posted signs states. Be respectful and find another route ON BLM property. This trail is trespassing!

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Thu Oct 18 2018

Steeper than I imagined, especially considering its labeled easy, however I was also carrying my 30lb kiddo on my back! Beautiful shrines. Great views

Sat Sep 29 2018

Great views! Enjoy!

Tue Jul 17 2018

Lots of slide rock and trail is not marked that well in spots, but cool view of Bisbee.

Meh... nothing special... but a good hike for beginners

Wed Jul 04 2018

Great hike... even better memorial on top

Mon Jan 15 2018

This is a dirt road passing in front of people’s homes. Should not be listed as a trail.

Mon Feb 27 2017

It is mostly a residential road

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