User
Pass
help
Destination
Massacre Falls
110 Photosets
2008-01-11  
2008-01-07  
2007-12-15  
2007-12-09  
2007-12-02  
2007-11-17  
2007-03-22  
2007-01-24  
2006-10-29  
2006-09-03  
2006-08-26  
2006-07-15  
2006-07-02  
2006-03-15  
2005-11-05  
2005-05-01  
2005-05-01  
2005-04-22  
2005-03-05  
2005-01-05  
Page: 1,  2,  3,  4,  5,  6  

Massacre Falls, AZ
2005-04-225 by
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Hiking3.60 Miles          
1,102 ft AEG   
No Routes
1st Trip Logged
Linked  None
Partners None
Our hiking club hiked the Massacre Falls trail today. I had done this hike last month and the Falls were running full - it was quite a sight! Unfortunately they are now only a very small trickle and the creek is dry as well! :( It is still a nice hike. We didn't see any snakes, but we saw a large horny toad. The .7 mile road into the trailhead is in bad shape so we parked at the turnoff and hiked in. The wildflowers were still very pretty!
Link Print 
Author
aussiemate's

4 Photosets
  2005-05-22
  2005-05-15
  2005-04-22
  2005-04-20


HAZ Tracks
record and follow hiking routes
Hike Arizona is member driven as seen above!     Support or

HAZ was created for the love of hiking. Donations keep it online and fund development for future generations.
enjoy hiking & enjoy life




Route Manager
Online GPS Route Editor
  • create gps routes
  • edit recorded routes
  • convert driving directions
  • trace satellite & topo
  • upload & download
  • 100% free


About Books FAQ Go Mobile Shop © 2014 HAZ


Phoenix Area Maps Tucson Area Maps
60 Hikes within 60 Miles - Phoenix
Maricopa Trail
Phoenix Valley Peaks

North
Sonoran Preserve - North
Sonoran Preserve - South

Northeast
Cave Creek Regional Park
McDowell Sonoran Preserves

East
Superstition Wilderness Trails
Usery Park Hikes

South
San Tan Mtn Reg Park - Trails

West
Estrella Mtn Regional Park
White Tank Regional Park Trails

Central
Phoenix Mountain Preserves
South Mountain Trails

Northwest
Thunderbird Park - Hedgpeth Hills
Coronado 12 Peaks
Mount Wrightson
Picacho Peak
Saguaro National Park
Santa Catalina Trails
Tortolita Mountain Hikes


Trail Etiquette
  • stay to the right
  • pass on the left
  • more...


LNT - Leave No Trace
Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
In pristine areas: Disperse use to prevent the creation of campsites and trails.



Mobile Version