Oak Springs Trail

Strawberry, Arizona

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This shuttle hike allows you to eat lunch in Strawberry and then dinner in Pine while seeing some wonderful scenery in between. From just south of Strawberry, the trail follows the slope of Strawberry Mountain south toward Hardscrabble Road. Across the road, it merges with Trail 251, going down the Canyon toward Oak Springs. Near the springs, the trail splits from 251, heading north over a couple of hills before crossing AZ 87 to reach the Pine trailhead. Parking on Hardscrabble Road makes for a shorter hike. This is part of the Arizona Trail, which runs from Mexico to Utah. OUTSTANDING FEATURES: Scenic vistas of Strawberry Valley, Oak Springs.
Day and Overnight Hikes in Tonto National Forest

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Day and Overnight Hikes in Tonto National Forest

by Tony Padegimas (Menasha Ridge Press)

This shuttle hike allows you to eat lunch in Strawberry and then dinner in Pine while seeing some wonderful scenery in between. From just south of Strawberry, the trail follows the slope of Strawberry Mountain south toward Hardscrabble Road. Across the road, it merges with Trail 251, going down the Canyon toward Oak Springs.

Near the springs, the trail splits from 251, heading north over a couple of hills before crossing AZ 87 to reach the Pine trailhead. Parking on Hardscrabble Road makes for a shorter hike. This is part of the Arizona Trail, which runs from Mexico to Utah. OUTSTANDING FEATURES: Scenic vistas of Strawberry Valley, Oak Springs.

© 2008 Tony Padegimas/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Strawberry
Distance: 9
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 4.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Tonto National Forest
Driving Directions: Directions to Oak Springs Trail

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May 2018