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Mike Milliner reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Hiking

Asskicker fasho! Loved it!

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J.Stix User reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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RunningRocky

Done this trail about 7 times. The beginning has more rocks and a natural feel to it. It has multiple paths you can take depending on your skill lvl. When you reach the base of the mountain, the rest of the trail is paved and is a high incline. But if you look to the right side, there's a path that's not well known and is similar to the beginning. Also at the base there is a Port-a-potty, but most of the time it isn't clean or out of toilet paper, and there's also a trash can. Bring lots of water and snacks. Seen Kids and pets do this hike. You'll also see Army and BP Explorers do this hike too. Recommend doing this hike in the early morning like 5 or 6 as the heat and the sun will catch up fast. Seen people do it at night, but don't really recommend it as the scorpions and snakes tend to be more active. It will also be pitch black, so I definitely recommend a flashlight.

Stephanie Herrera reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Laranda Vulgamore reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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HikingRocky

The hike starts off slow and easy at the beginning which is nice since it prepares you for the steep incline as you ascend toward the top of the mountain. Be prepared to make a few stops on the way up since it gets steep the further up you travel. The view is priceless once you reach the top of the mountain. There are chemical toilets before you make your way to the top however they may not have been cleaned prior to your use it’s a gamble you’ll have to take. Bring water since it gets hot if you’re hiking and it’s past 5 am. Enjoy the scenery and keep one foot in front of the other!

Ashley Menard reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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HikingNo shade
Kathryn Akset reviewed Jester's Trail
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Was rocky and not much shade Says dog friendly so took my retriever and she had bloody paws and had to come back down on the rocky trail, felt so bad. May be good for dogs that are used to it. Started at 6:30 am.

Nancy Barclay Rood reviewed Jester's Trail
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Hiking

Fantastic hike! The well-marked trail is rocky and fairly steep, but nothing too hard or scary...just good exercise! Hiking poles are helpful. The last part, before getting to the flag, was steeper with some climbing up loose rocks and small boulders. It was easily doable going slowly and carefully. There are beautiful views along the way and at the top! Coming down, the loose rocks can be slippery. If you are an avid hiker, this is a moderate hike. If you are not as experienced, I would rate it hard.

Angel Somera reviewed Jester's Trail
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Hiking

We started hiking at 7:45 am and the weather was just starting to warm up. The trail is well worn and is easy to follow from the trailhead. Parts of the trail are steep with loose rocks that can feel like ball bearings in some places. I used trekking poles and they helped with the ascent and descent. I also took my time with several breaks in the shade to rest and cool down a bit. I’d rate this hike moderate to hard. It took me three and a half hours to go up and back, however, that includes several short breaks going up, a thirty minute snack break by the flag, and a careful descent. I’ll be back to do it again next year when the temperature is much cooler. I carried a liter and a half of water and that was sufficient for me.

Tucker Dole reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Greg Fernald reviewed East Wetlands Interpretive Trail
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HikingBugs

Lovely walk; family friendly, river is gorgeous. Needs more benches for thoughtful reflection.

Greg Fernald reviewed Bettys Kitchen Interpretive Trail
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HikingBugsOver grown

Don’t bother. Infested with bugs, all is in disrepair. Not even a pleasant walk.

Noah Ewing reviewed Jester's Trail
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Excellent trail, has a geo cache at the peak with journals that were very fun to read. Might need to use your hands on the last stretch before the peak.

Simon Howard reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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AllTrails User reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Running

Great running trail.

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Jason sackrider reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Hiking

excellent workout, there are a couple routes to the top keeps it enjoyable so you don't have to go the same way every time

Monty Waggoner reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Rocky

this might be a dumb question but why don't people with off-road vehicles drive to the porta potties

Duane Funsch reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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HikingNo shade

Makes you work to get to enter something in the journal at the top. Nice views from the top. Also wildflowers are plentiful on the more northernly trail at the beginning of the trail and at the end of the trail, you are walking on a trail up and down a wash instead of a dirt road near the interstate. Less noise too. Zigzagging back and forth across the road will help you go up and down the steepest parts.

Teresa Velasco Ramírez reviewed East Wetlands Interpretive Trail
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Fishing

Me encanta,agradable para andar en bici con sombra.

Bonnabella .xvx reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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HikingNo shade

The trail was harder than I thought it was going to be. The trail is right by the highway for the first and last mile so it was loud for the majority of the hike. The mountain has big towers on top. I did not see the formation that is the cover photo for this trail on this app. The trail was paved. Was not the get out of civilization type of trail that I prefer

Robert Campbell reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Hiking

What a great hike and well worth the time taken. The view from the top is outstanding. Take plenty of water no matter what time of day you are walking this trail. You'll be glad you did. Both my wife and I agree that coming down is a lot rougher on the knees than going up. Zig Zagging across the trail seemed to reduce the stress on my knees when coming back down. We'll probably do this hike one more time before heading back to the mountains of Montana next month. It hurts, but it's worth it.

yves cossette reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Kent Kirby reviewed Telegraph Pass Trail
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Hiking

Moderate to trailhead where 2 Porto poties are. BLM land. Strenuous up to top but concrete access road in good condition. Unfortunately for us we couldn’t finish because 3 young adults had two dogs off leash, where one them attacked my boarder collie who was on leash. These folks were also warned by other hikers. So I turned back so I wouldn’t have to deal with these knuckleheads.

Dana Diehl reviewed Jester's Trail
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Hiking

This is a wonderful trail to see spectacular views of Yuma and surrounding areas. The last 1/2 mile or so of the trail is very rocky. Be prepared to “climb.”

yves cossette reviewed Jester's Trail
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