Round the Mountain Trail #302 is a hiking trail in Graham County, Arizona. It is within Mount Graham Wilderness Study Area and Coronado National Forest. It is 14.8 miles long and begins at 6,054 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 30.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 12,658 feet. The Round the Mountain Spring can be seen along the trail.
Round the Mountain Trail #302 Professional Reviews and Guides
"A backpack along the northeast slope of the Pinaleño Mountains, 14.4 miles one way.
This trail offers one of the longer backpacking routes in southern Arizona, traversing the high and wild country beneath the crest of the Pinaleño Mountains. The trail is well maintained and fairly easy to follow but is physically challenging because it continually climbs up and down a series of high passes. Round the Mountain Spring provides the only reliable source of water on the trail, although Marijilda and Frye Canyons often carry water. Most of the country traversed by the route is quite steep, but camping spots can be found in the bottoms of most of the major canyons."
--Erik Molvar, Hiking Arizona's Cactus Country-Third Edition (Falcon Guides).
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