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Took the Peavine after having hiked the Dot Trail along NW side of Lake Watson, and the Thumb Butte Trail. This is far less challenging , but also less scenic. Would be a great mountain bike ride, or a great trail for those needing a...More
This trail system offers many diverse activities such as hiking and biking. The most popular activity seems to be walking the Peavine Trail with family and or dogs. Easy railroad grade. High usage especially during favorable weather. There is a least one probably more places...More
This Peavine trail is accessible for hiking, walking, and cycling . It used to be a railroad passage. I rode out 5 miles from the trail head near the animal shelter. I hear you can go into Chino valley. It may even go beyond. There...More
Go now before anything happens to this beautiful area.
The following dated October-2018
a housing and development company AED out of London England is proposing to cut across this wonderful trail 5 times to build houses and a hotel right off this for now pristine...More
We approached the Peavine Trail from Watson Lake, so we started out with a bit of scrambling and rocky areas (the rest of our party was doing the more difficult 5 mile hike around Watson Lake, which is why we started there). Soon the trail...More
The Peavine trail around Watson lake is one of most favorite trails and a great trail to bring visitors in all but the hottest summer months. As an experienced trail hiker I would rate it as moderate but for a novice hiker it will probably...More
This is an excellent trail to hike or bike with speklndid views across the valley to the mountains, of Watson Lake as well to the mountains to the north from certaion spots. The erstwhile railroad line offers informative plaques at the Point of Rock gap....More