But, still love AllTrails and wouldn’t hike without it! 28079 N. Az Hwy 188 Horton Creek Trail #285. Roosevelt, Arizona 85545 There are many opinions on the length of this trail, ranging from 50 to 54 miles. tons of elevation. I started at FR 284. great views. Thru-hiking long-distance trails is an incredible way to test your mental and physical limits, as well as your ability to pack efficiently and effectively. I did the whole trail from east to west in 3.5 days, and my GPS trace came out to 57.29 mi (according to Strava) --- which is substantially more than advertised. Fire proves an … Love this hike and can't wait to return. DIFFICULT 12.7 mi. I spent a lot of my time on yesterday's hike trying to swat away flies with limited success. Most areas of this trail now have cattle grazing in the area. There is some streams, Ellison Creek, in this section but they are full of cow pies. Horton Spring Loop via Horton Creek Trail #285 and Highline Trail #31. The Highline Trail, established in 1870, was used to travel between homesteads and to attend school in Pine. My backpack weighed about 70LB and was not easy to carry 36 miles up and down those ridges. I enjoyed this itinerary better with the short day to the E. Verde with a beautiful spot to camp and have a little extra rest. 7680 S. Six Shooter Canyon Rd. Highline National Recreation Trail is a 46.1 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Pine, Arizona that features a river and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. Gorgeous views and nice, steady incline. NOT 46 miles; definitely 60 miles. Did 30.1 miles one day and 29.6 the next, total of 60 miles. Portions of the trail are rough in places and should be traveled with caution. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. The next day we hiked 10.5 miles to Webber Creek and camped shortly after the Geronimo trailhead just down and left of a trail junction sign. A large camping area just off the trail on the south side. The northern terminus is near the Arizona-Utah border in the Kaibab Plateau region. For those seeking Waldeinsamkeit, this is a trail for you. Great trail, completing it all! (928) 474-7900, Tonto Basin Ranger District Elevation desc. Day 5 we hiked about 12.5 miles back to the Pine trailhead. I blinked. stunning Redrock Wilderness of the American Southwest. loved it! I packed light and am an experienced backpacker, and I found the trail challenging. Where there are cattle there are flies and right now the fly population alone this trail is annoying. Directions: 1. BLM Information Center maps. The scenery and wildlife was beautiful. And the king of the hill is the Highline Trail, which runs 78 east-west miles through the 456,705-acre High Uintas Wilderness of northeast Utah. I only gave this trail 4 stars because of the one cow section, otherwise it's all a 5 star backpack. Secondary Number: keep up. If my addition and subtraction is correct, I have the whole Highline as 57.2 miles. There are also tons of places to camp along the way, as well as plenty of places to rest. Hiline Details. It's a great trail with historic significance. me and a couple of friends ran this and some more. Grab your hiking gear for the Arizona Trail, also known as Highline trail. to each their own. East end: (6,620 feet elevation): at 260 Trailhead. (480) 595-3300, Globe Ranger District Once I work up a sweat, they become quite aggressive. It is the essence of hiking and backpacking in Rim Country. up Donahue Trail w Sheels & Reggie. Day 2 we hiked about 12.7 miles to Tonto Creek with a long stop at Horton Springs. If you make it all the way to Baldwin Trail this is a great place to turn around and head back because its about 4 miles back to the parking area. My complaint is that flies are becoming a real problem on this trail. The trail is well maintained for a wilderness trail. Because of its long-distance, this trail will take the average hiker from 3-5 days. I would say you should plan for it to take 4-5 days if you do the whole trail. There are sections that have been washed out and trail may be hard to follow but over all it was such a great experience. Zane Grey and Babe Haught used the Highline Trail while hunting. Just after the last log cut off on a trace trail going towards the creek, follow the trail up stream a little ways and there is a wonderful camp spot, great water. super rocky. Completed the entire thing via 14 different day hikes (all recordings are saved here if curious). Some friends and I hiked from PineTH to the Fish Hatchery (about 36 miles in 3 days). 7.5 miles round trip from Yavapi Vista trailhead. (Several reroutes increased the length, and the GPS trace above misses a lot of fine detail.) My heart pounded as the unknown shape morphed into three female elk that bolted––one l… Payson, Arizona 85541 Fire is an important aspect of the wild environment. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Definitely recommend doing. 40202 N. Cave Creek Rd. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. I would defiantly recommend this hike. This is an beautiful and rugged trail. This is day 2 from previous post. My journey was a full 7 miles longer...that can be a full day’s hike for some. highline was sweet, donahue was steep. Hiline Trail is a 8.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Sedona, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. Then the trail for the next 8 miles is very rocky, rutty and sections with lots of cows. Unique rock formations and wonderful stands of Ponderosa pine. (They sell water bottles that filter water). Most of the trail we did have cell phone service and we ended up using the GPS on our phones when we got lost. Day 4 we hiked about 13 miles to Bray Creek. Very difficult trail with a ton of rocks and it's easy to get lost west of Tonto Creek in the Dude Fire burn area. From the north - Take Forest Road 34 to Forest Road 300 and turn right; continue on Forest Road 300 to intersection with Forest Road 76 and then turn left; follow Forest Road 76 until it intersects with Forest Road 76B and then turn right to … The trail goes along the ridges of the Mogollon rim so there are a lot of steep hikes up and down those ridges. Even managed to summit King’s Peak. — 3h 15m Was very muddy with a slight drizzle but was totally worth it! This section is well maintained, but the eastern part is less well maintained (altho it was significantly improved by the hardworking Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona). 1. The trail is an 803 mile trail running North and South from the borders of Mexico to Utah. Tonto National Forest map. not sure why it has been taking some of you 3 or 4 days? Carry an adequate supply of drinking water. Creek by See Canyon trailhead that was also shady. Phoenix, Arizona 85006 The Hiline Trail is about 0.3 miles in from the Yavapai Point TH. Not many people on it. 2324 E. McDowell Rd. Near Leidy Peak (12,028-feet), the boys consulted the map as I passed by and walked into a dense conifer forest. My friends and I are in moderate shape and this trail ended up kicking our butts. Non-stop scenery and no people. Shuttle serviceis recommended as both locations are relatively remote. Everything you Need to Know about Thru-Hiking the Arizona Trail In February of 2017, I decided to hike the Arizona Trail (AZT) on a whim. The Uintas are one of the few east-west ranges in North America. There is several water sources along the way. Nearby Hiking Trails. For this guide, it will be 52-miles. This was an amazing trail; probably the most beautiful and most difficult trail I've ever done. Hikers, yield the right of way to trail stock. National Recreation Trail. Beautiful trail to train for the grand canyon! AZT Thru-Hiker/Thru-Rider IMPORTANT Updates (March 18, 2020) If you are currently thru-hiking or thru-riding the Arizona National Scenic Trail (AZT) then you’re probably in one of the safest places imaginable. We were pretty exhausted by the end of the trip. It was incredible. From Bray Creek it is mostly down hill to Webber Creek where there is a couple good camp spot shortly after the Geronimo Trailhead. Start and End Point: Southern terminus is at border monument 102 in Coronado National Memorial near the US–Mexico border. Be sure to allow plenty of time if you are not familiar with the routes. Turn left, go 0.6 mile and take a right on FR 32. (If anyone knows how to combine tracks, please let me know). HIGHLINE is a feature-length documentary that follows the journey of five friends on a 10-day thru-hike of that namesake trail. The Highline Trail is a 100-mile trail through the little-traveled Uinta Mountains in northeast Utah. great hike! Highline National Recreation Trail is a 46.1 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Pine, Arizona that features a river and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. However, the trail easy to follow when widended. 1-866-746-6516 The hike is fairly easy, only one or two spots where it gets moderate. The western part of the trail, from the Pine to Washington Park trailheads, is concurrent with the Arizona Trail. Highly suggest this hike… Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. I went clockwise and would do so again next time as well. Great views, water crossings, and challenging! The effect is striking, but the downside is that the trail was hastily widened to about 15’ to make the firebreak, and the result is ugly (all shrubs and trees were cut off at the base with chainsaws) and seems to have caused extra erosion. This was not an easy hike. Walk up just past the Hatchery sign turn in towards the creek and there is a good camp, good water. 3. So it is definitely longer than it says. Had to hike Forestry Road 144, Derrick Trail #33, Horton Creek Trail #285 and Red Rock Spring Trail to get at certain sections. 2 sections left. Day 1 we hiked about 7.5 miles from the 260 trailhead to See Canyon. We covered more mileage than listed in each section, sometimes several miles more, most likely due to rerouting! Huge Views!! The map on this app is off by about 7 miles. West end: (5,360 feet elevation): at Pine Trailhead East end: (6,620 feet elevation): at 260 Trailhead. i went up to the top, there was a small campsite. Seasonal Popularity. Take note of the burned out areas; it matters. Altogether I believe you'll do almost 9,000 feet of elevation gain. 5140 E. Ingram St. No motorized vehicles are allowed. 4. Lots of running water which was nice (not enough to swim in enough to water horses or fill up a camelback). I decided to post a review because I do have one complaint. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. I got within spitting distance of a huge bull elk and saw several more from a distance. fun trail. This is a great trip report! First time for me, AllTrails is significantly off in mileage and in the southwest, that can be deadly, real fast. I thought we might have water problems this Sept. but was very surprised at how much water there was in all the creeks. Arizona has some of the most beautiful and diverse trails in the Nation. The trail connects to the Highline Trail. You'll also run into some areas that were hit by forest fires and it feels really eerie. Scottsdale, AZ 85262 Hiking into Pine is a special moment for any thru-hiker on the Arizona Trail. We found a great camp spot about 0.15 up See Canyon trail #184. I would highly recommend brining a water filter. 10/10 would recommend to anyone up for this beast of a trail. Highest Elevation:Kaibab Plateau, 9,148 feet. (602) 225-5395. To do it in managable sections for day hikes we had to have 4-wheel drive or hike forest roads to get to the trail several times. The trail is nearly impossible to locate. Do it! Did the loop but the HiLine trail was the HiLight! Me and my fiancé hiked from Leidy Peak to Hayden pass first week of August 2013. Bob Bear Trail (Formerly Fossil Springs Trail), Corduroy Wash and Hicks and Duncan Canyon Loop. (480) 610-3300, Payson Ranger District Longest day hike was 15 miles but it included Derrick Trail. Named after George Washington Hayduke III, a. fictitious character in Edward Abbey's novel The Monkey Wrench Gang, the trail … The climb/descent on the western end is reasonably gradual and fun in either direction. We only hiked about a mile in, but enjoyed the quiet of the woods and the relatively unoccupied trail. The first 3 miles from the Hatchery trailhead is very nice with great views. The mileage is closer to 55. 16 hours and 20 minutes. Day 3 we hiked about 12 miles to Bonita Creek. There are many running creeks and springs-some with more water than others, AMAZING scenery of all kind from high desert, red rocks, to pine trees. 2. They blinked. Highline trail is no exception. Bonita Creek has an okay camp just south of the trail along the creek, good water. Dude Creek has good water, but not sure about camping, E. Verde lots of water and camping a short way up Col. Devin trail #290 and at a couple forks of Chase Creek both with camp spots. For the Highline (and possibly Rim) fires, the trail was actually used as a fire break. Arizona Highways – Rim Guide Hiking map. 6 to 8 weeks to thru-hike. This was probably my least desired section of the whole trip. The Uinta Highline Trail crosses most of the length of the Uinta Mountains, the only major east-west mountain range in the United States. to quote a friend, "like a meat grinder for the feet." We started at the 260 trailhead hiking 4 nights and 5 days. The descent on the far side has some steep, loose areas that most bikers will choose to hike. Day Hikes & Trail Rides in Payson’s Rim Country by Roger and Ethel Freeman, Gem Guides Book Co., Baldwin Park, CA., ISBN 1-889786-24-1. There are a couple of "mini" trails in the area that will get you to the start of the Hiline. The are home to 13,528′ Kings Peak, the high point of Utah. Supervisor's Office Herman Spring Loop via Trail. (928) 402-6200 Highline Trail #31 is a 53.9 mile hiking trail through Tonto National Forest. A weekly Thru Hiking podcast, where we dive in deep, interviewing experienced thru hikers about their stories, thru hiking gear recommendations, trail strategy and trail wisdoms. The mountains have been rugged, the footing rough, and after 400 miles on the trail, it’s time for a break! I strolled along until I came to a hulking brown form blocking the path, where I stared at three pairs of eyes twenty feet ahead. As you go along the trail you see the topography change dramatically from forest to desert to prairies and back and forth. If you do this hike, make sure you are prepared for a tough hike. Highline Trail #31, AZ. The Highline Trail #31 is one of those trails that should be on an Arizona backpacker’s bucket list. Actual mileage is consistently longer than what’s listed on the AllTrails app, most likely due to the recent rerouting by Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona (great job btw). Lots of different landscapes to enjoy including some areas recovering from previous fires. The Highline National Recreation Trail includes scenic vistas of rim canyons, brush-filled hills and far-off mountains. One gallon per person per day is recommended during hot periods. We averaged about 12 miles per day going at about 2-3mph. I almost never see the cattle but there are manure all about. Pack it in pack it out. This is a moderate one way trail in Arizona. Hard to follow in a few places but were able to see when back on trail with app & had GPS. 14 miles (35.5 km) in, the trail climbs above 10,000 feet (3,048 m) and stays above that elevation for the next 82 miles (132 km) with only a … Chris Smead co-directed a documentary called HIGHLINE, which follows the 10 day hike of five friends on the Highline Trail in the northern Utah mountains. Hiking from east to west you always have the sun at your back and not in your eyes. This year at the end of Sept. we made it a 5 night 6 days which I liked better and started at the Military Sinkhole trailhead for an extra 2.5 miles. 24 hours, Cave Creek Ranger District Lowest Elevation:Gila Ri… I have backpacked this beautiful trail twice now. The first time a few years ago in May. (928) 402-6280, Mesa Ranger District Along with the hike, the film also reflects on each man’s personal journey as well as the history of the trail itself. In some places, the trail has been significantly rerouted, and many maps (including alltrails!) We found a great camp just up from the Hatchery trailhead. There are quite a few clean water streams along the trail. It totaled 13 miles 1500 feet elevation. I gave myself not even two weeks to prepare for this trip. Bray Creek is very small but there is a pipe with spring water flowing. since the zane grey 100k was canceled. all in one helping. Use extreme caution when reading AllTrail’s mileage. Length:~800 miles. Great place to get away from it all. At the trailhead, I hoisted my 38-pound pack and proceeded up trail number 025. Shady on and off. Occasional signal if things go bad. The trail tread is mostly packed dirt mixed with some rocks. So as you hike along, the land to the north of the trail is charred but the land to the south of the trail is untouched by fire (mostly --- it looks like the fire jumped the trail in a few places). (602) 225-5200, Report Wildland Fires Beginner 20%, intermediate 40%, advanced 20% and expert 20%, 2.62 mile very technical MTB trail which is a bi-directional singletrack, that is up and down with about 400 yards of technical exposed and really steep sections a lesser skilled rider will have to walk. Still, I think the section between Washington Park and Hatchery trail heads was the most challenging. The trail can be overgrown (it gets little foot traffic in places) and hard to follow in places (especially when the trail is flat and tall grass grows), so it can take real skill to stay found. 54.7-miles now due to recent reroutes. Many sources talk about how the trail between the Washington Park and Hatchery trail heads was burned by the Dude fire in 1990, but parts of the same stretch of trail where also burned by the Rim fire (2009) and (aptly named) Highline fire in 2017. The Arizona Trail The Arizona Trail (AZT) is a rugged, challenging 800+ mile thru-hike that stretches from the border of Mexico to the border of Utah, and is riddled with challenges such as extreme heat, freezing temperatures, snow, blowing sand, lack of water, consistent elevation change, and many stinging and poisonous critters. DIFFICULT 8.3 mi. Unusual rock formations and wonderful stands of Ponderosa pine line this epic trail. I have done most of the hikes around Sedona but this one i overlooked for some reason. But if you’re looking to experience what the AT might have been like before its fame grew far and wide, look no further than the 300-mile Benton-Mackaye Trail. When I hiked (early November), water was plentiful and people were rare (both plusses for me). Lends itself to an out-and-back ride starting at either See Canyon or the 260 TH. Hiline Trail is an expert-level mountain bike trail that is best ridden from the Village of Oak Creek side -- finishing on the Baldwin Trail loop. Water was good in May, but a little murky this late Sept.. After Webber Creek the trail climbs and climbs for about 5 miles, then descends the last couple miles to the Pine Trailhead. Mesa, Arizona 85205 West end: (5,360 feet elevation): at Pine Trailhead There is some exposure along the narrow, ledgy trails during the climb up. You also don't have to do the whole 50 mile hike because there are numerous campsites along the way where you can park a 2nd car to take you back to your 1st car. MODERATE 1.2 mi. The Dude Fire of 1990 burned portions of the forest along the Highline Trail; thus, this trail is an ideal place to observe how our forests rejuvenate themselves after a fire. Rugged and challenging trail with stunning views and many shallow water crossings. Having covered hiking trails across the globe including the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, Jo Just finished doing this trail on horseback from 260 trailhead to Pine trailhead. ... We enjoyed ascending a wide path through pine covered ground. Globe, Arizona 85501 The often-bouldery track crosses nine major passes and seldom dips below 10,500 feet. Additional water at Dick Williams Creek, but no good camping. This year we stopped at the E. Verde 7.5 miles from Bonita Creek and camped a short way up the Col. Devin trail #290 near the creek. This is an amazing thru-hike, full of huge vistas and true high country. The trail is well maintained, yet still feels remote. the easiest or most direct route through this incredibly varied terrain, but is rather meant to showcase the. More Stats for Highline Trail (260 TH to See Canyon) mountain bike trail Take note, however, how fire has sculpted this environment. Great water sources and then many that are almost always bone dry. Forest Service Home | USDA.gov | recreation.gov | Recreation Customer Service Standards | USA.gov | Whitehouse.gov, Plug-Ins | FOIA | Accessibility Statement | Privacy Policy | Important Notices | Information Quality, West end: (5,360 feet elevation): at Pine TrailheadEast end: (6,620 feet elevation): at 260 Trailhea - 6,620, https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/tonto/null/recarea/?recid=35597&actid=50. (Google maps has the trail) We saw some deer, elk, wildcat and bear tracks along the way so make sure you bring some sort of protection from harmful wildlife (pepper spray). This made the backpack a 5 night 6 day trip. Start at … The portion of the Highline Trail from Washington Park TH and Pine TH is part of the Arizona Trail. 1009 E. Hwy 260 Many days I didn’t see anyone else out there. Beautiful vistas of rim canyons, brushy hills and distant mountains. The challenges of thru-hiking are many— coping with blisters , battling quick turns of weather, rationing out food and dealing with incredibly sore muscles—but the rewards are even greater. I would highly recommend bringing a GPS because there are parts where the trail is hard to find. 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