The Hangman Trailhead & FR 86 provides access to this trail. This trail follows areas affected by the 2002 Rodeo-Chediski Fire. The Trail follows an old 2-track to the cemetery for which the trail is named. Follow the blue diamonds and stay to the right. There are logging roads that branch off to the left. A blue diamond with an arrow indicates the left-hand turn to the cemetery. The main trail continues up a rocky 2-track to FR300 east of the Black Canyon Rim Campground.
The Cemetery contains the grave sites for Jamie Stott, Jim Scott, and Billy Wilson. Three men lynched by vigilantes during the Pleasant Valley Feud.
This hike is listed as One-Way.
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