|when||Trip Report : January 5, 2022|
|where||South Mountain Park|
South Mountain Park/Preserve, at 16,000 acres and with more than 50 miles of
trails, is one of the largest city parks in the nation.
This hike will start on the Ma-Ha-Tauk Trail, connect to the Derby Loop, then to the Ranger Trail up to the National Trail. The hike is out and back, approximately 6 miles and 1,200 feet elevation gain. Pace will be about 2 mph. Most of the hike will be on maintained trails but short easy bushwhacking is possible.
|EC||+-1150' elevation change|
|type||out and back|
|starting at||S. 19th Ave. parking lot where it dead ends at the mountain.|
|on trail||95-100% — Ma-Ha-Tauk, Derby Loop, Ranger, National Trails|
|rating||"B" Rate yourself as a hiker.|
|cost||Sharing gas expenses with the driver.
The club also allows voluntary contributions of $5 per non-member.
|meet||Meet at 10 AM in the T-Bone Trailhead parking lot on S. 19th Ave., where it dead ends at South Mountain.|
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|updated January 6, 2022||© Copyright 2023, Arizona Trailblazers. All rights reserved.|