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Elephant Trees Trail

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Rating for rarity

Neat if you're into botany. I've heard there are more Elephant Trees at Torote Bowl, but there's... read more

Reviewed 7 January 2018
VespagirL55
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Bushnell, Florida
One Tree

OK, they need to rename it Elephant Tree Trail as there is only one and the trail to it is pretty... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2018
Rich B
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Chino Valley, Arizona
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6 Jan 2018
“Rating for rarity”
22 Jan 2018
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A desert walk comes alive on this trail during the spring when the desert flowers are in full bloom.
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

OK, they need to rename it Elephant Tree Trail as there is only one and the trail to it is pretty boring. But the trailhead is accessible to all vehicles so that's a plus na you do have a view of the mountains in the...More

Thank Rich B
Reviewed 7 January 2018

Neat if you're into botany. I've heard there are more Elephant Trees at Torote Bowl, but there's only ONE at the park's "Elephant Tree Discovery Trail." Great story at the kiosk about the rarity of the tree here in A-B. Easy trail on fairly level...More

1  Thank VespagirL55
Reviewed 23 May 2017

I walked the trail in March 2017. The wildflowers were out. The temperature was high 70's. It's so quiet and peaceful out here. I drove my 2wd vehicle out to the parking lot. The drive has a little sand and some rocks to maneuver around,...More

Thank Eileen D
Reviewed 29 November 2016

The Wind Caves can be reached by driving south on Split Mountain Road for not quite 8 miles. When the pavement ends turn right onto the dirt road through the way and drive about 4 miles to the wind cave trailhead on the left. When...More

1  Thank mikeleeSanDiego
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