Best Hikes with Dogs: Arizona
by Renee Guillory (The Mountaineers Books)
© Renee Guillory/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.
This trail is very flat and level. It is an easy hike that takes you into Ponderosa Pine forests that have a lot of wildlife sign. This trail is well described on the website and the description is accurate. The parking area at the campground fairly large and the campground was busy on the day we were there. The trail provides enough shade that it is one of those trails you can do throughout the day and be comfortable. Don't plan on any water at the spring it is normally dry except right after the spring snow melt or several days of rain. The signage for the spring is missing but the concrete casement is easy to spot. It is an out a back trail and if you take the road back instead of the trail there are several junctions you did not see on the way out to the spring and it is easy to take a wrong turn.5/7/2012 3:12:24 PM
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