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Webb Peak Trail #345, AZ

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Difficulty 2 of 5
Distance One Way 2.67 miles
Trailhead Elevation 9,492 feet
Elevation Gain 499 feet
Accumulated Gain 794 feet
Kokopelli Seeds 5.32
Interest Seasonal Creek & Peak
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17  2019-09-12
Webb Peak Loop
15  2019-07-07 chumley
4  2017-10-22
Swift Trail (State Hwy 366)
12  2017-04-22
Webb Peak from Ash Creek TH
17  2017-03-11
Ash Creek Trail #307
6  2016-10-13
Ash Creek Trail #307
10  2016-08-25 cactuscat
18  2016-07-17
Webb Peak from Ash Creek TH
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Sun  5:31am - 7:21pm
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πŸ”₯ 2017 Frye Fire48.4k
πŸ”₯ 2004 Nuttall30k
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If you’re looking for a reasonably short trip that offers good views and takes you through some of the Safford District’s most beautiful forests, this trail provides all of the above. It starts at the Columbine public corrals across from the Columbine Visitor Information Station along the Swift Trail (AZ 366). Follow the Webb Peak Trail 1 mile to the Webb Peak Lookout. The tower is used only when fire danger warrants it, but the broad, far-reaching views are always on hand for you to enjoy. Just before you reach the tower, you’ll find a trail that leads to the right. This is the part of Webb Peak Trail that leads 1.7 miles to the Ash Creek Trail #307. It is 0.5 miles from this junction on the Ash Creek Trail to the Columbine public corrals.

Mountain top views, short loop/longer loop, easy access, lookout tower. USGS Map(s): Webb Peak. The Webb Peak Lookout Tower is staffed during times of fire danger only. There are two loops possible here. For a longer trip, use part of the Ash Creek Trail #307. For an easier trip, take the Webb Peak Trail to the lookout tower and travel down the Webb Peak Road to the Swift Trail.

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2018-07-14 HAZ_Hikebot

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    To hike
    From Safford, drive south 8 miles on US 191 to AZ 366 (the Swift Trail). Turn right (southwest) onto AZ 366 and drive 29 miles to the Columbine Visitor Information Station. Just past the Station, on your right, parking is available at the public horse corrals. Or, you may continue along the Swift Trail to the Webb Peak Road turnoff, where parking is also available.
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