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Address: Picacho, AZ
Activities: Hiking
Description: Steep two-mile trail that leads to the top of Picacho Peak, with a rapid...
Steep two-mile trail that leads to the top of Picacho Peak, with a rapid gain of 900 feet elevation in the last half mile.
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Hard hike... Great views

This trail is a hard hike. The trail is steep and rugged. In certain spots you have to use wire cables to climb up cracks in the rock cliff. The hike is worth the views. The... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed May 8, 2013
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Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
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Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 8, 2013 via mobile

This trail is a hard hike. The trail is steep and rugged. In certain spots you have to use wire cables to climb up cracks in the rock cliff. The hike is worth the views. The landscape is full of plants and animals. The view from the top are breathtaking. Just be prepared if you decide to hike. Take lots... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 28, 2013

This trail zig-zags up the front side of the peak before getting to a saddle and then dipping down the back side before climbing steeply back up to the top. It really does take 4 hours to do the round trip. Don't bring a dog, it's too steep after the saddle (you'll have to carry it up or turn around).... More 

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