Lengthy Trail #89

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

This trail is in the ponderosa pine and oak forest and enters the Blue Range Primitive Area.

At a Glance

Usage: Light
Best Season: April through December
Restrictions: Motorized vehicles (including bicycles) are not permitted in the Blue Range Primitive area.
Information Center: Clifton Ranger District
(928) 687-8600
TTY: (928) 687-1807

General Information

Directions: On the east of Highway 191
General Notes: Small portion enters the Blue Range Primitive area

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Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

This trail is in the ponderosa pine and oak forest and enters the Blue Range Primitive Area. It drops over 300 feet in elevation from the highway in the first 1/3 mile as it follows a canyon to its junction with Strayhorse Creek.

Trail Log:

  • 0.0 US 191. Elevation: 7200 feet. Ponderosa-oak forest
  • 0.3 This trail drops 300 to 400 feet in one third of a mile
  • 0.4 Seep
  • 1.1 Fence and gate. Trail follows canyon bottom for 1 1/2 miles
  • 2.6 Trail still follows canyon contours but rises from the bottom of the canyon
  • 2.8 Canyon bottom again
  • 3.3 Trail ends as it joins Trail #20 in the center of Section 30. Elevation: 5500 feet

USGS Maps: Strayhorse, Rose Peak

Elevation desc5,500 feet to 7,200 feet
Best Season: April through December
Difficulty Level: Difficult

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
3.3 miles

  Latitude : 
33.52092222

  Longitude : 
-109.3052944

  Elevation : 
5,500 feet - 7,200 feet

 



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