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A.B. Young Trail

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Az-89a Trail head at the Bootlegger Picnic Area on 89A, Sedona, AZ
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Eleta82 wrote a review Nov 2018
Peoria, Illinois47 contributions22 helpful votes
This hike was fun, but very challenging. It is probably one of the most difficult trailers you will ever hike in your life. If you go cross the creek upstream, it seems to have better options for rock hopping. The trial is maintained, but can still have loose rocks and scrub oak at times. Also would not recommend in summer or if there is snow. You are fully exposed most of the hike and it’s steep. Great views of the canyon and slide rock state park. Plus you feel like your on top of the world. Challenging hike but worth the challenge.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Sarah D wrote a review Apr 2016
Boston, Massachusetts173 contributions53 helpful votes
This trail has an elevation gain of almost 2000 feet and is almost 4 mi long depending on how far you want to go. You only have to hike for about 1 mi to start to see some amazing views, but if you go all the way to the mesa you will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the canyon, the airport mesa, and snow-topped mountains in the distance. The trail sustained some damage in 2015 due to a fire and rock slide but the route is now open again. The trail is very close to the edge of the steep incline at times with 33 switchbacks and loose rocks. So my recommendation is to be careful, don't hike alone, and take plenty of water and food with you. We took it really slow and easy with lots of rest breaks and it took us 6 hours round trip to get to the mesa (a reasonably fit person could do it in 4 hours or less though). It was hard to figure out how to cross the creek. There are a few ways to cross it but the trail is not obvious, though you can see where it picks up again on the other side of the creek. I had good cell phone signal the whole way with Verizon but T-mobile reception was poor. Also keep on the lookout for bears and snakes (according to the signage we saw at the trail head). There is parking, toilets and picnic benches available at the trail head which starts at the Bootlegger Picnic Area on 89A.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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