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Peak 2433 Stewart Mountain Quad, AZ

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Rated  Favorite Wish List AZ > Phoenix > Mesa NE
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Difficulty 2 of 5
Route Finding 3 of 5
Distance Round Trip 1.8 miles
Trailhead Elevation 2,396 feet
Elevation Gain 983 feet
Accumulated Gain 995 feet
Avg Time Round Trip 2 hours
Kokopelli Seeds 6.78
Interest Off Trail Hiking & Peak
Backpack Possible - Not Popular
Dogs not allowed
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Preferred   Feb, Jan, Dec, Nov → 7 AM
Seasons   Late Autumn
Sun  7:30am - 5:43pm
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Nearby Area Water
Salt River - Saguaro Lake to Granite Reef
Salt River - Saguaro Lake to Granite Reef
0.7 mi away
12.0 mi
-84 ft
Sky Island - Goldfield
Sky Island - Goldfield
0.9 mi away
5.3 mi
1,244 ft
Stewart Mountain Dam Petroglyphs
Stewart Mountain Dam Petroglyphs
0.9 mi away
3.0 mi
460 ft
Pony Express Canyon
Pony Express Canyon
1.2 mi away
1.9 mi
950 ft
Rhyodacite Canyon
Rhyodacite Canyon
1.3 mi away
1.6 mi
660 ft
Goldfield Ovens Loop
Goldfield Ovens Loop
1.3 mi away
7.8 mi
775 ft
Stewart Mountain
Stewart Mountain
1.7 mi away
2.5 mi
1,134 ft
Trans Goldfield
1.9 mi away
14.5 mi
2,300 ft
Sunrise Arch - Goldfield Mtns
Sunrise Arch - Goldfield Mtns
1.9 mi away
7.4 mi
810 ft
Goldfield Hi Country via Gateway Cyn
Goldfield Hi Country via Gateway Cyn
1.9 mi away
8.0 mi
1,150 ft
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Overview
This is a prominent peak located on the bend of the bush highway near Saguaro lake and the turn off for Stewart Mountain dam. It has awesome views of the surrounding area. It's a good off trail peak to get your feet wet on or if you are just looking for a challenge close to home. This peak is visible from Stewart mountain and also happens to be a peak on the list for Summits on the Air W7A/MN-120.


Warning
All off trail, no water unless pools have formed in the drainage from recent rains.


Hike
The Hike starts from the Water Users parking area on the Bush highway. For roughly a mile in each direction there is posted no parking so your best bet is the Water users lot.

Exit the lot and cross the Bush Highway. On the opposite side of the Bush Highway you will see a double power pole with a clearing leading up to it. This is the first stage of the hike. When you arrive at the double pole stay on the left side of the drainage. From here work your way up the left side of the ridge overlooking drainage you will eventually arrive at the first saddle. Continue along keeping the drainage on your right and keep going to the next visible saddle. After arriving at the second saddle continue working yourself up the ridge line. As you work you way up the ridge line you will encounter some short boulder fields a few of the larger leg crushing ones are loose so use caution. The false peak should be in view now. It has a very large carin on top. From here the actual summit is a short hike. You have now arrived at the summit. Enjoy the views!

Water Sources
None to speak of at the peak.

Camping
You could but I would not think it's popular.

BEEBEE
    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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    Paved - Car Okay

    To hike
    From Phoenix take the Beeline north to the Bush highway Exit after the turnoff for Saguaro Lake the road will curve to the right on your left is Water Users Recreation Area
    page created by BEEBEE on Feb 08 2014 8:37 pm
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