|when||Trip Report : May 27, 2017|
The Walnut Meadows Loop is a delightful easy hike with wildflowers in season.
Start west on the Arizona Trail, and turn northwest on a connector.
Then walk the loop.
The Walnut Meadows Trail goes under a power line, with unobstructed views
and plenty of wildflowers.
Expect to meet hikers, runners, bicyclists, equestrians, squirrels and lizards
on the trail. Bring your camera.
Those preferring a longer hike can add other loops on Campbell Mesa:
• Continental Loop adds 1.8 miles (total of 7.4)
• Anasazi Loop adds 2.7 miles (total of 8.3)
• Campbell Mesa Loop adds 5.7 miles (total of 11.3)
See the Forest Service map, and Ted’s GPS map.
|EC||+-200' elevation change|
|elevations||6739' (just SW of Trailhead) to 6870' (Campbell Mesa)|
|on trail||100% — Arizona Trail passage 31, Walnut Meadows Loop|
|rating||"C-" (shortest) to "B-" (longest) Rate yourself as a hiker.|
|cost||Sharing gas expenses with the driver.
The club also allows voluntary contributions of $5 per non-member.
|meet||7:00 AM in the Fry’s parking lot on the SW corner of I-17 & Bell Road. Park behind Denny’s, near the entrance to the Deer Valley Park & Ride.|
|Schedule of Events||Arizona Trailblazers Home Page|
|updated May 27, 2017||© Copyright 2017, Arizona Trailblazers. All rights reserved.|