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This is a relatively busy trail that is easy for the first half, then goes into a steep incline on a concrete paved portion to the top. The trail is about 8.5 km (6.3 miles). The elevation gain is 428 m (1404 feet). Along the...More
My daughter, an experienced Hiker, visiting from LA & I️ with our two dogs made the climb. It was definitely not for beginners. Near the top, we were almost Vertical. We took our time, because it was our first time & our dogs were with...More
This is a wonderful hike when the temperature is below 90. Above that, it is more than challenging due to the heat. Take your time as you use one of the various approach trails, then the steep ascent is not so challenging. Take plenty of...More
We noticed the parking lot along the highway as we drove into town and thought it would be a great place to hike. We didn't look it up on Trip Advisor , we just returned a couple days later with lots of water and set...More
My girlfriend and I decided to do this hike to get some sun, exercise and just to enjoy a nice walk while out in Arizona. It's very convenient being only 15 or 20 minutes from Phoenix. It's a middle of the road hike and not...More
A very interesting experience on a sunny mid-January day. The geology and desert vegetation were intriguing. The final section to the top of Telegraph Hill was very steep and challenging but the views from the top were outstanding. This hike is a photographer's delight.
The hike up Telegraph Pass is steep, but fulfilling. The scenery from the top is wonderful. While most people stop at the top, one can walk along the ridge. In order to prepare to hike the Grand Cyn (6 times) I would start the season...More