Hog Hill to Winter Cabin Spring Trail

Flagstaff, Arizona

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Starting left of the trailhead parking area, trek southward once your dog is watered and leashed. Remember to pack in your drinking water, as the spring at the hike’s terminus may not be running. The path is a combination of cinder and compacted forest floor, part of which once was an old jeep road—you will encounter some loose, rocky areas, but overall this is a comfortable walking surface. Hog Hill Trail 133 narrows to a faint footpath every now and then, and occasionally you follow hoof prints, since this wilderness trail allows both hiking and horseback riding.
Best Hikes with Dogs: Arizona

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Best Hikes with Dogs: Arizona

by Renee Guillory (The Mountaineers Books)

Starting left of the trailhead parking area, trek southward once your dog is watered and leashed. Remember to pack in your drinking water, as the spring at the hike’s terminus may not be running.

The path is a combination of cinder and compacted forest floor, part of which once was an old jeep road—you will encounter some loose, rocky areas, but overall this is a comfortable walking surface. Hog Hill Trail 133 narrows to a faint footpath every now and then, and occasionally you follow hoof prints, since this wilderness trail allows both hiking and horseback riding.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Flagstaff
Distance: 4.8
Elevation Gain: 750 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Best April through November
Trailhead Elevation: 6,900 feet
Top Elevation: 7,000 feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Coconino National Forest, Peaks Ranger Station
Local Maps: Sycamore Point USGS; Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Map
Driving Directions: Directions to Hog Hill to Winter Cabin Spring Trail

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