Cienega Spring Trail #145, AZ | HikeArizona

Cienega Spring Trail #145, AZ

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Difficulty 2 of 5
Distance One Way 3.2 miles
Trailhead Elevation 5,845 feet
Elevation Gain 577 feet
Accumulated Gain 807 feet
Avg Time One Way 1.5 hours
Kokopelli Seeds 5.89
Interest Historic
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35  2022-06-08
Cienega #145 McFadden Horse #146
14  2021-04-24
Horsing Around in the Sierra Ancha
11  2019-10-25
Cienega Spring Explore - Sierra Ancha
11  2019-10-25
Cienega Spr Tr #145 Explore - Sierra Ancha
2  2018-07-29 Craigbhikin
6  2017-11-12 hikemonk
9  2017-04-29
McFadden Horse Trail #146
15  2016-04-22 Craigbhikin
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Location Scottsdale, AZ
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This TH/TR145 (originally an old asbestos mining road) provides an "alternate" trail connection to the HAZ McFadden Horse Trail #146 hike. This Cienega Spring #145 adds some scenic driving time/distance, adds an additional 2.8 miles R/T hiking distance with an opportunity to view six(6) nineteenth-century Sierra Ancha asbestos mine adits along this 2.4mi route, and also provides some scenic views of the Reynolds Creek Drainage below.

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2018-07-14 HAZ_Hikebot & Grasshopper

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    High Clearance possible when dry

    To hike
    From the Phoenix area: Take Hwy 60E to Globe (at MP247) turn north on HWY 188 towards Lake Roosevelt. Drive 14.7 miles (at MP229.4) turn right onto HWY 288. Drive 27.6 miles north (at MP286.4) to FR410. Turn right on FR410 and continue for 2.3 miles to its intersection with FR235. Turn Left on FR235 and continue for .50 miles to its intersection with "easy to miss" but signed FR145 (a left turn off of FR235); Continue for approx 50 yards to TH Parking/TR145 Start (Note: parking for a maximum of 2 vehicles... if need more parking, then park across from the intersection of FR235/145 at perennial Ceneiga Spring; Also, see attached GPS Driving Route to TH, dated 10/28/10;
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