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Wabayuma Peak Trail

Basics
Location:
About 40 miles south of Kingman
Length:
2.5 miles one way
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Elevation Change:
1550 feet
Season:
Spring to Fall

Description

The top of Wabayuma peak offers good views of the Black Mountains to the west, the Aquarius Mountains to the east and of the Hualapai Mountain range to the north and south.

Books

Local hiker Bruce Grubbs provides all the information you need to get the most out of hiking the Grand Canyon State and enjoying its remarkable vegetation, fascinating animal life, rich history, and breaktaking views.

Details

Location:
About 40 miles south of Kingman
Length:
2.5 miles one way
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Elevation Change:
1550
Season:
Spring to Fall
Useful Map(s):
USGS: Wabayuma Peak

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