Hualapai Mountain Park

Kingman, Arizona

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Rising rather abruptly above Kingman, the Hualapai Mountains offer a welcome contrast to the arid desert basins below. Topping the 8,000-foot level, the upper reaches of this range feature cool forests and a variety of wildlife. A pleasurable hike across this mountain terrain follows the Potato Patch Loop Trail in Hualapai Mountain Park, which is owned and operated by Mohave County.

Hualapai Mountain Park Professional Review and Guide

"Rising rather abruptly above Kingman, the Hualapai Mountains offer a welcome contrast to the arid desert basins below. Topping the 8,000-foot level, the upper reaches of this range feature cool forests and a variety of wildlife.

A pleasurable hike across this mountain terrain follows the Potato Patch Loop Trail in Hualapai Mountain Park, which is owned and operated by Mohave County."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Kingman
Distance: 4.3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Best May to October
Trailhead Elevation: 6,814 feet
Top Elevation: 7,600 feet
Local Contacts: Mohave County Parks
Local Maps: USGS Hualapai Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Hualapai Mountain Park

Recent Trail Reviews

6/26/2006
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Lot's of trails here, all starting from the campground. Elevation gains of up to 1800 feet if you take the Hualapai Mtn route. Steep - and windy at the top on most days. Several other choices instead. Most are moderate climbs with good views of the surrounding valleys at the top. Out and back, or take the 'Potato Patch' loop.



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May 2018