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North Granite Trail #671, AZ

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Difficulty 2 of 5
Distance One Way 3.4 miles
Trailhead Elevation 5,048 feet
Elevation Gain 506 feet
Accumulated Gain 510 feet
Kokopelli Seeds 5.1
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Recalculates 2018-10-30 2:43 am
12  2016-08-27
Granite Mountain Circumference
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13  2016-08-27
Granite Mountain Circumference
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4  2015-02-06
Tin Trough Springs Trail #308
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Preferred   Apr, Oct, Nov, Mar
Sun  7:05am - 5:25pm
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Nearby Area Water
Almosta Trail #622
1.7 mi away
4.8 mi
285 ft
Tin Trough Springs Trail #308
Tin Trough Springs Trail #308
2.2 mi away
5.5 mi
565 ft
Cedar Springs Trail #41
2.7 mi away
3.0 mi
84 ft
White Rock Spring Trail #39
3.2 mi away
2.1 mi
562 ft
Upper Pasture Trail #38
3.2 mi away
2.2 mi
552 ft
Trail #320 - Prescott NF
3.2 mi away
2.0 mi
191 ft
Trail #621 - Prescott NF
3.9 mi away
3.1 mi
246 ft
Box Culvert Trail #620
3.9 mi away
3.7 mi
624 ft
Granite Mountain Peak 7295
4.7 mi away
6.9 mi
1,695 ft
Clark Spring Trail #40
4.8 mi away
2.1 mi
791 ft
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Likely In-Season!
Overview: A remnant of a historic stagecoach road, North Granite Trail #671 is relatively level, though there are some places where time and water have carved deep gullies and troughs into the trail. There are wonderful views of Baby Granite Mountain to the south and sweeping hillsides of pinyon pine to the north. This trail serves primarily as a connector between other trails. It links Jim Higgs Trail #1937, Almosta Trail #622, and Jim and Gayle Higgs Trail #1959 to create several long, meandering routes ideal for horseback riding in this remote area. This trail also bridges Baby Granite Trail #320 and Tin Trough Springs Trail #308, which together comprise an 8.5-mile loop within the Granite Mountain Wilderness.

Expect hot, dry conditions and meager shade during the summer months. There is no drinking water at the trailhead or on the trail.

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    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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    Prescott Forest
    Prescott National Forest Pass

    Only trailheads with six "amenities" have fees. Amenities are picnic tables, trash, toilet, parking, interpretive signing and security.


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    North Granite Trail #671 is an internal trail that can be accessed via Trail #622 or Trail #308. It is several miles to Trail #671 from either access point. To reach the trailhead for TR 622, travel north on Williamson Valley Road for 12.5 miles past its intersection with Iron Springs Road to Almosta Ranch Road. Turn left on Almosta Ranch Road and proceed 0.7 miles to the trailhead on the left. Parking is good. This is a county trail. Follow the county trail to Trail #622, which begins at the forest boundary.

    To reach the trailhead for Trail #308, travel north on Williamson Valley Road for 6.4 miles past its intersection with Iron Springs Road to the sign for the Williamson Valley Trailhead. Turn left to access the parking area. There is ample parking for horse trailers. Restrooms are located at the trailhead. Road conditions are suitable for all vehicles.
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