Crabtree Trail #22

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

This trail is in the ponderosa pine type with scattered southwestern white pines.

At a Glance

Usage: Medium
Best Season: April through December
Restrictions: This trail is closed to motorized vehicles to help protect streamsides.
Information Center: Clifton Ranger District
(928) 687-8600
TTY: (928) 687-1807

General Information

Directions:

From Highway 191 to Strayhorse Campground, then to Trail #22.


General Notes:
  • Ponderosa trees predominate the last five miles.
  • There are also some large oak trees along the East Eagle drainage.

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Activities


Bicycling

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Day Hiking

This trail is in the ponderosa pine type with scattered southwestern white pines. Walnut Tank is a popular wildlife area.

Trail Log:

  • 0.0 Junction Highline Trail. Trail heads south and follows a jeep road. The trail begins at 7400 feet elevation
  • 0.75 Junction with jeep road from Sawmill Road #587
  • 1.0 Ponderosa trees predominate
  • 5.9 Junction East Eagle Trail #33. Elevation 6000 feet

USGS Maps: Strayhorse 302SE

Elevation desc 6,000 feet to 7,400 feet
Best Season: April through December

Horse Riding & Camping

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
5.9 miles

  Latitude : 
33.548

  Longitude : 
-109.336

  Elevation : 
6,000 feet - 7,400 feet

 



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