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Yeager Canyon Trail #28

Basics
Location:
A few miles south of Jerome off Hwy. 89A
Length:
2 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
1 hour
Elevation Change:
1300 feet
Season:
Year round

Description

Yeager Canyon Trail #28 on the west slope of Mingus Mountain offers fine views of Lonesome Valley, the Prescott Valley area, and the Bradshaw Mountains.

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:
A few miles south of Jerome off Hwy. 89A
Length:
2 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
1 hour
Elevation Change:
1300
Season:
Year round
Useful Map(s):
Prescott National Forest, east half; USGS topographic 7.5' quad for Hickey Mountain

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