Deadman Creek Loop Trail Topo Map

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Yet another long loop starting from historic Sheep Bridge, this rugged hike uses a section of easy cross-country hiking through the Sonoran Desert foot hills to reach the seldom-used Davenport Trail. Passing the site of historic Club Cabin, an old cowboy line cabin which burned in 2004, the trail climbs to another old cowboy camp on the Mazatzal Mountain crest, then follows an especially scenic portion of the Mazatzal Divide Trail also used for the route of the Arizona Trail. At the park, a ponderosa pine-filled glade, the loop uses the rugged Willow Spring Trail for the return. This loop should be done counterclockwise so that the most difficult route-finding is at the start, on the cross-country and Davenport Trail portions. The Willow Fire burned much of the Mazatzal Mountains in June 2004. Expect eroded trails and deadfall at higher elevations.
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Phoenix, Arizona

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Mar 2018