Some guide books list Dutch John Spring as the destination for this trail; however, a spring marked Dutch John is located just off the trail at about the halfway mark. At this point, it's obvious that the trail continues up-mountain to a second spring where you'll find a good spot to have lunch and enjoy the lush surroundings.
Water is available at Dutch John Spring. Treat all water before drinking.
One mile of this trail is within the Mt. Wrightson Wilderness. Mechanized vehicles, including mountain bikes, are not permitted in Wilderness areas.
Directions: From Tucson, Leave Interstate 19 at the Continental Road/Madera Canyon Exit 63. Turn east and follow the signs 12.5 miles to Bog Springs Campground in the Madera Canyon Recreation Area. Turn left into the campground and drive about 0.5 miles to the trailhead.
Elevation: 4,820 feet
Ending Elevation: 6,020 feet
Elevation Gain: 1,200 feet
Distance: 1.8 miles
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