|when||Trip Report : December 29, 2018|
There are many ways to do this hike. On the east side you can take Packsaddle
Road, the Orohai or the Green Thumb Trail. See GPS map.
On the west side you can take FR 1356, FR 10; Bulldog Canyon Trail, horse trail,
Wolverine Pass and Powerline Trails, Bulldog Wash Ridge (off trail), or the Blue
The southern Goldfields are rich in volcanic peaks, Sonoran vegetation and wildlife. You’ll be amazed.
There are two options:
1. I’m going to take the Orohai Trail, FR 1356, the Bulldog Canyon, horse, Wolverine Pass, and Powerline Trails.
2. Afterwards, Debbie Rowray will lead an exploratory hike on the Blue Ridge Trail and Bulldog Wash Ridge, for another five miles.
|distance||4 miles (short) or 8½ miles (long)|
|EC||+329'-358' elevation change|
|elevations||2050' (Dome Mountain Trailhead) to 2278' (Hill before Triple Trail Junction)|
|type||one way (short), or one way followed by a loop (long)|
|on trail||100% — Orohai Trail, FR 1356, Bulldog Canyon, horse, Wolverine Pass, and Powerline Trails (short) + Blue Ridge Trail and Bulldog Wash Ridge (long)|
|rating||"C" (short) or "B-" (long) Rate yourself as a hiker.|
|cost||Sharing gas expenses with the driver.
The club also allows voluntary contributions of $5 per non-member.
|meet||8:00 AM at
Red Mountain Park located at 7745 E. Brown Rd. in
Mesa (south side of Brown Road, east of Power Road).
Directions from the Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202):
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