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Kaibab Plateau North - AZT #42, AZ

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Rated  Favorite Wish List AZ > Northwest > Jacob Lake N
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Difficulty 2 of 5
Route Finding 1 of 5
Distance One Way 16.55 miles
Trailhead Elevation 7,524 feet
Elevation Gain -994 feet
Accumulated Gain 743 feet
Avg Time One Way 6-8 hours
Kokopelli Seeds 19.03
Backpack Yes
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8  2017-09-28 Sredfield
10  2017-06-09 pjhikes
11  2017-05-15
AT #42 Winter Road to Government Reservoir
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8  2016-07-20
AZT #42 Hwy 89A to Government Reservoir
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25  2016-06-01
AZT: Mormon Lake to Utah
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2  2015-07-20 Sredfield
25  2015-07-04
Buckskin Mountain - AZT #43
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13  2015-07-04
Buckskin Mountain - AZT #43
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Water
Nearby Area Water
Jacob Lake Campground
1.8 mi away
Jacob Lake to South Rim - Ski + Hike
2.1 mi away
60.0 mi
9,376 ft
Navajo Trail
8.3 mi away
12.0 mi
Double-Barrel Arch
Double-Barrel Arch
10.3 mi away
2.8 mi
100 ft
Snake Gulch to Table Rock
Snake Gulch to Table Rock
10.6 mi away
12.0 mi
-670 ft
Snake Gulch Trail #59
10.6 mi away
18.8 mi
-2,100 ft
West Bench Pueblo
10.8 mi away
0.3 mi
-20 ft
Kaibab Plateau Central - AZT #41
Kaibab Plateau Central - AZT #41
12.7 mi away
16.6 mi
1,096 ft
Buckskin Mountain - AZT #43
13.4 mi away
10.5 mi
719 ft
Lookout Canyon Trail #120
13.6 mi away
12.8 mi
950 ft
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Overview: Throughout this passage the route follows Trail #101 and it begins at the Orderville Canyon Trailhead on Highway 89A. After crossing the highway the trail curves to the east and then heads north. It parallels FR 249 for a while and then crosses it. The trail heads in a northeast direction until it crosses FR 249 again. From here it heads north again and then begins a descent off of the plateau. It follows a drainage and passes Government Reservoir. It continues descending and heading north-northeast, passing Summit Valley and then leveling out and coming up next to BLM road #1025. This is Winter Road and the passage ends where the trail crosses it.

Southern Trailhead: Highway 89A - Orderville Canyon TH


Northern Trailhead: Winter Road - BLM road #1025

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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