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Reavis Canyon - AZT #18, AZ
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Overview: From the Picketpost Trailhead the trail proceeds to and then under Highway 60. It climbs and descends to Queen Creek, crosses it and follows a fenceline. It continues on to FR 357 and then crosses a railroad line. It crosses a dirt road, passes under high-tension power lines and then climbs up to a ridgeline and follows it. After passing just east of Barnett Camp the trail enters Whitford Canyon and then crosses FR 650. The trail parallels FR 650 and finally crosses it again and reaches Reavis Canyon Trailhead. It follows this trail (#509) along a streambed and then up towards Montana Mountain. The trail passes south of the peak and then again connects with FR 650. It continues west on FR 650 to FR 172A and then north to the Rogers Trough Trailhead.


Southern Trailhead: Picketpost TH

Northern Trailhead: Rogers Trough TH

Note: This page is open to authors. Hike must be listed South to North as one-way. Do not include an overview as the above is permanent.
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Difficulty 4 of 5
Route Finding ?
Distance One Way 18.2 miles
Trailhead Elevation 2,399 feet
Elevation Gain 2,720 feet
Accumulated Gain 4,099 feet
Avg Time One Way 8 hours
Kokopelli Seeds 31.86
Author HAZ_Hikebot
Descriptions 12,230
Routes 10,654
Photos 18
Trips 1 map ( 0 miles )
Age 19
Location Arizona
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9  2016-04-19 Sredfield
11  2016-04-17 sandyfortner
53  2016-03-12
AZT Supes-Mazatzal
BiFrost
52  2016-03-12
AZT Trail: Picketpost to Pine
friendofThunderg
13  2016-03-04
AZT: Superior to Roosevelt
DallinW
290  2016-02-13 BACKROADER
6  2016-02-08 Sredfield
9  2016-01-22 pjhikes
25  2015-10-27
Reavis Ranch via 109 South
AZ Wandering Bea
49  2014-04-16 sirena
14  2014-02-22 hikerdw
24  2014-02-09 BiFrost
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Backpack   Yes & Connecting
Preferred   Mar, Nov
Sun  6:15am - 6:16pm
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0.0  White Canyon Wilderness - GET #3
0.1  Picketpost Circumference
0.2  Picketpost Mountain Summit
0.5  Picketpost Western Loop
0.7  Arnett Creek
0.8  LOST - Desert Segment
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     Mascot
     Trail Maintenance
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     Cardinal
     Desert Tortoise
     Teva
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Flora
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     Blackfoot Daisy
     Blue Dicks
     Desert Marigold
     Desert Mariposa
     Mexican Gold Poppy
     Ocotillo
     Red Maids
     Saguaro
     Saguaro - Crested
     Sotol
     Sugar Sumac
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Cholla Whispers in the Mist
by HAZ_Hikebot

Overview: From the Picketpost Trailhead the trail proceeds to and then under Highway 60. It climbs and descends to Queen Creek, crosses it and follows a fenceline. It continues on to FR 357 and then crosses a railroad line. It crosses a dirt road, passes under high-tension power lines and then climbs up to a ridgeline and follows it. After passing just east of Barnett Camp the trail enters Whitford Canyon and then crosses FR 650. The trail parallels FR 650 and finally crosses it again and reaches Reavis Canyon Trailhead. It follows this trail (#509) along a streambed and then up towards Montana Mountain. The trail passes south of the peak and then again connects with FR 650. It continues west on FR 650 to FR 172A and then north to the Rogers Trough Trailhead.


Southern Trailhead: Picketpost TH

Northern Trailhead: Rogers Trough TH

Note: This page is open to authors. Hike must be listed South to North as one-way. Do not include an overview as the above is permanent.

    One-Way Notice: This hike is listed as One-Way. When you hike several trails on a single "hike", log it with a generic name that describes the hike. Then link the trails traveled, check out the example.
    WARNING! Hiking and outdoor related sports can be dangerous. Be responsible and prepare for the trip. Study the area you are entering and plan accordingly. Dress for the current and unexpected weather changes. Take plenty of water. Never go alone. Make an itinerary with your plan(s), route(s), destination(s) and expected return time. Give your itinerary to trusted family and/or friends.

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