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Great trail moderate difficulty.

We hiked 2 miles of this three mile trail. Early part is up and down ove a rocky trail. Then it... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2017
dchemist
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Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Thanksgiving day

.moderate hike, starts off slow and easy but gets more challenging to include an awesome rope... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2016
Kevin O
via mobile
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This 3.1-mile hiking trail to the top of Picacho peak has a moderate to difficult rating.
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13 Feb 2017
“Great trail moderate difficulty.”
26 Nov 2016
“Thanksgiving day”
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Picacho, AZ
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

We hiked 2 miles of this three mile trail. Early part is up and down ove a rocky trail. Then it moderates and is easy.

Thank dchemist
Reviewed 27 November 2016 via mobile

.moderate hike, starts off slow and easy but gets more challenging to include an awesome rope climb. Very fun, dry . Bring water food and gloves. Dogs can get as far as the ropes

Thank Kevin O
Reviewed 22 April 2013

The trailhead is the last stop in the road in the state park and fewer people started here. Most other hikers started from Hunter's trail. We had the ramada to ourselves when tail gating/picnicking afterwards. We don't bypass climbing the cables or anything as the...More

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Reviewed 28 March 2013

This trail goes behind Picacho Peak and is relatively flat for the first 2 miles (it's advertised as 3.1 miles). Then, you have to climb up (starting at the 2 mile mark) from relatively low on the peak to the top in just 1 mile!...More

1  Thank Owen50
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