Hagan Corral Trail

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

This trail from the trailhead at Highway 191 to the bottom of the drainage is extremely steep for the last 1/2 mile, then it drops into the riparian area.

At a Glance

Usage: Light
Best Season: April through December
Restrictions: Although this trail is not in the Blue Range Primitive Area, it is managed to wilderness standards so no motorized/mechanized vehicles are permitted.
Information Center: Clifton Ranger District
(928) 687-8600
TTY: (928) 687-1807

General Information

Directions: Highway 191 to Trailhead for Trail #31

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Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

This trail from the trailhead at Highway 191 to the bottom of the drainage is extremely steep for the last 1/2 mile, then it drops into the riparian area. The trail ends at Hagan Corral at Strayhorse Canyon. This a short trail that begins at 7,200 feet and joins Strayhorse Trail #20 in about 3 miles at an elevation of 5,700 feet.

Trail Log:

  • 0.0 US 191. The trail begins in SE corner of Section 22. This trail is rather rocky but well defined.
  • 2.4 Fence and gate
  • 3.1 Junction with StrayhorseTrail #20 about a mile upstream from the junction of Trail #89 and #20.

USGS Maps: Rose Peak - 325NE Strayhorse - 302SE

Elevation desc5,700 to 7,200feet
Best Season: April through December
Difficulty Level: Moderate

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
3 miles

  Latitude : 
33.49937

  Longitude : 
-109.3

  Elevation : 
5,700 feet - 7,200 feet

 



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