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    Carr Peak Trail 107

    Coronado National Forest, Arizona
    Distance3.4mi
    Elevation Gain3,359ft
    Trailhead Elevation7,383ft
    Top9,005ft
    Elevation Min/Max7383/9005ft
    Elevation Start/End7383/7383ft

    Carr Peak Trail 107

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    Fry, AZ
    Pathfinder | 87 pts
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    8/7/2018
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    Explorer | 30 pts
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    7/7/2018
    great trail, some spots required 4wd low
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    Pathfinder | 70 pts
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    8/15/2015
    Found the trail with no problem. Great directions in the Trail Guide. Put the Jeep in Full time 4 wheel and crawled up to the top. Wow what a view!! Trail was very mild, basically just a dirt/gravel road with only a few roughish spots. A 2wd pickup followed us up. High clearance CuV/SuV could make it up if you go cautiously and keep the speed down. It is indeed a "shelf" road up near the peak as there's a clift on the mountain side and a big drop on the valley side. Worth the trip!!
    Tread Lightly!!
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    Scottsdale, AZ
    Pathfinder | 131 pts
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    7/7/2013
    This trail is relatively short, but very beautiful and rewarding. The round trip took roughly 4 hours, and provided breathtaking views of the Huachuca mountains and surrounding areas. My only complaint is that I did not have enough time to continue on to the adjoining trail to Miller Peak. I will have to get out there again!
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    Fry, AZ
    Explorer | 30 pts
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    5/3/2008
    Took an interesting route this time. We drove to the Reef Townsite Campground parking lot and from there hiked back down the road to the base of the hill and back up to the parking lot before heading up the trail to Carr Peak. This was 10 miles on the dirt road. It was pretty strenuous but adds some amazing views along the way. There were several others doing the same thing. Plus, you can stop off at the waterfall if you go at the right time of year. From the parking lot we headed up the trail. The first part of the trail is mostly loose rock, which sucks for hiking on, but after about 1/2 a mile the trail got better, though most of the trail is very rocky. The sights along the trail are breathtaking at times, especially on the backside looking into Miller Canyon. It is a bit discouraging to get to the last switch-back on the front of the mountain and realize you have to go around to the back in order to get to the top, but the views on that side more than make up for it. The trail is moderately strenuous (more so with a 10 mile hike before hand) and is a great day hike.
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    Fry, AZ
    Pathfinder | 70 pts
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    7/21/2007
    Carr Peak is an excellent hike. If you want a bigger challenge, instead of heading directly up to Carr, pick up the 124 trail which will take you through Miller Canyon, up through a deciduous / coniferous mix forest and finally onto the crest trail. You'll hit Carr from the back side and it is well worth the effort.
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    Goodyear, AZ
    Pathfinder | 170 pts
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    7/25/2006
    Great hike. National Forest Service takes great care of the trails up to the peak. Interesting hike through various elevations and changes in plant life. Near the top of the peak you travel to the backside of the mountain, amazing views of Miller Peak and mountain meadows. I would put this hike in the moderate range (not strenuous). Definitely check this one out! The Aspens are beautiful...
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    Trail Information

    Coronado National Forest
    Nearby City
    Miller Peak Wilderness Area
    Parks
    Moderate to Difficult
    Skill Level
    USGS Miller Peak; Huachuca Mountain Hiker's map
    Local Maps

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