Trail 100

Phoenix, Arizona

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This great ride traverses the Phoenix Mountains Preserve from Shaw butte at the west end to northeast of Squaw Peak at the east end. All the street crossings are via underpasses. The best way to do the ride is with a shuttle, but you could ride out and back for a real workout or return via the city streets. It's located in north Phoenix. Tread: Singletrack. 0.0 Trail 100 goes north from the trailhead toward the low saddle and is well marked with steel posts throughout its length. There are numerous side trails, some official, some not. Please stay on the marked, official trails, and respect all closed areas. The route climbs and descends gradually for the most part, though there are a few short, steep hills. 0.7 Cross over a saddle and start a gradual descent. 1.6 Ride under 7th Street (trailhead on the west side). 3.5 Cross under Cave Creek Road.
Mountain Biking Phoenix

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Mountain Biking Phoenix

by Bruce Grubbs (Falcon Guides)

This great ride traverses the Phoenix Mountains Preserve from Shaw butte at the west end to northeast of Squaw Peak at the east end. All the street crossings are via underpasses. The best way to do the ride is with a shuttle, but you could ride out and back for a real workout or return via the city streets. It's located in north Phoenix. Tread: Singletrack.

0.0 Trail 100 goes north from the trailhead toward the low saddle and is well marked with steel posts throughout its length. There are numerous side trails, some official, some not. Please stay on the marked, official trails, and respect all closed areas. The route climbs and descends gradually for the most part, though there are a few short, steep hills.
0.7 Cross over a saddle and start a gradual descent. 1.6 Ride under 7th Street (trailhead on the west side). 3.5 Cross under Cave Creek Road.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Phoenix
Distance: 21.6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 4 hours
Season: Year-round, best October to April
Trailhead Elevation: 1,350 feet
Top Elevation: 1,700 feet
Local Contacts: Phoenix Mountains Preserve, 602-262-7901
Local Maps: USGS Sunnyslope, Paradise Valley; Phoenix Mountains Preserve brochure
Driving Directions: Directions to Trail 100

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