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Arguably, the most versatile trail I have ever hiked. From pines and high grass to boulder climbing. This trail offers a little bit of everything if you do the whole loop. Be aware that there is little relief from the sun, so plan accordingly on warm or hot days. A must hike.

Went up here at night and hiked Robbins Butte. Definitely a climb up and even harder climb down. Very easy to get lost especially after dark. Seen different types of lizards, scorpions, mice, and a jackrabbit while out there

good 6 miler, nice terrain

17 hours ago

17 hours ago

The hike is pretty decent, parts of the trail are narrow and rock, but still easy to hike.

Plenty of wild horses at trailhead area and saw a few javelinas about .5 mi.

At about the 4mi. mark you start descending into trees and scrub bush....this is where I would recommend turning back.

A couple reasons to turn back - there just isn't much to see (no lake view) and too much bush/dead tree limbs to beat through.

We did get to within yards of the end but I wouldn't go that far again.

Actually, I most likely won't hike this trail again

18 hours ago

Beautiful moderate trail. Leisurely pace with breaks was 75 min car to car. Late afternoon nicely shaded. Will definitely be back!

18 hours ago

19 hours ago

Good vigorous hike. Started at Lincoln & 32nd with my dog, we ascended the peak just to the southwest of the bench on the saddleback in about 1 hour. Fantastic view, nice breeze on the top. Better wear hiking boots if you're going to climb the peak; sharp rocks will tear up your ankles if you're not careful!

19 hours ago

20 hours ago

20 hours ago

Took on Miller Canyon last week. It was definitely tougher than I thought. couldn't get to the last 2 miles due to weather that moved in. But 8 miles total for the round trip was plenty. Great trail with tons of steady elevation through out, nice vegetation and well tended trail way. Recommend if you get a very early start during monsoon (July/August), otherwise afternoon weather will interrupt your hike.

20 hours ago

When you get to the trailhead from the parking lot. There's a sign saying 3.5 miles to the lookout and 6 miles on Groom Creek trail. I took the longest way (6 miles) to the lookout. It was tough comparing to taking 3.5 miles to the lookout. So, if you want the easy way to the lookout, take the 3.5 miles to the lookout and then to Groom Creek trail loop back to the parking lot. If you are looking for a good exercise, do what I did this morning. It was a very nice hike in the early morning. Took me 4 hours with a stop at the lookout. The host was nice! I did not know that I had to "knock" and figured it was closed but she opened the lid. It was very interesting inside. Beautiful view! Be sure to come in the morning to beat the heat in the summer!!!!

20 hours ago

Good hike! My 32 lb daughter enjoyed the hike strapped to my back and I still felt it was moderate hike. We brought back 20-30 crawfish that my boys will prepare for dinner... hope it's good!

Love this hike. Kid friendly.

21 hours ago