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This trail is another link in the system of trails serving the Granite Mountain Wilderness. It connects TR #38, TR #41, and TR #261. It is but one of the recreational trails in this area that were originally roads built mostly in the late 1800's to provide horseback access to springs and other cattle waters. They were later adopted by the Prescott National Forest as part of the overall transportation system on the Forest. Many of these old unmaintained roads have now been closed to motor vehicles and converted to recreational trails. This trail is one of those. The gradient on the trail is slight and the maximum change in elevation is only about 500 feet.

This trail is only in fair condition, the trail surface being generally rocky and dry. There are signs indicating springs, cattle water supplies, and other trail junctions. From its junction with TR #38, the trail travels north for 1.3 miles to is junction with TR #41 coming from the west. From there to Blair Pass (.8 miles), the trail parallels the boundary of the Granite Mountain Wilderness.

Directions: From TR #38, There is no direct vehicular access to this trail. The south access is from TR #38 and the northern access is at Blair Pass at the trail junctions with TR #37 and TR #261.

Elevation: 5,600 feet

Ending Elevation: 5,700 feet

Elevation Gain: 100 feet

Distance: 2 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Easy

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Prescott National Forest, Arizona

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