Deer Creek - Y Bar Loop Backpacking Topo Map

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This loop starts from the only Mazatzal trailhead reached from a paved highway. The hike climbs a deep, scenic canyon to the south end of the Mazatzal Divide Trail. The trail winds along the crest of the Mazatzal Mountains and provides 100-mile views of the central mountains. Although this trip can be done as an overnighter, it is much more enjoyable as a three-day trip. Follow the Deer Creek Trail up a single switchback onto a broad ridge. At the top of this ridge, the Gold Ridge Trail branches left (west). Continue north on the Deer Creek Trail down a gentle slope to the junction with the South Fork Trail. The South Fork Trail offers an optional start to the loop. Continue the main loop on the Deer Creek Trail, which descends into Deer Creek near a windmill belonging to the Deer Creek Ranch.
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Mesa, Arizona

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Mar 2018