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Llama Trail, AZ
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Difficulty 1.5 of 5
Route Finding 1 of 5
Distance One Way 2.9 miles
Trailhead Elevation 4,401 feet
Elevation Gain -72 feet
Accumulated Gain 219 feet
Avg Time One Way 1.5 hours
Kokopelli Seeds 3.63
Author Ksorensen
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Trips 9 map ( 73 miles )
Age 47
Location Mesa, AZ
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15  2016-11-12
Bell Rabbit Chicken Hog Church Cathedral
The_Eagle
12  2016-11-12
Bell Rabbit Chicken Hog Church Cathedral
joebartels
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Forest Coconino
Preferred   Oct, May, Apr, Nov
Sun  7:24am - 5:16pm
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by Ksorensen

The Llama Trail is a connector between the Little Horse Trail and either Bail Trail or Courthouse Butte Loop Trail.

We had a shuttle available to us, so hiked one-way from the Broken Arrow trailhead, to the Little Horse trail, to Llama trail, to the Courthouse Loop Trail, to the Middle Trail, and eventually to the Bell Rock Vista trailhead.

The Llama Trail afforded beautiful views the entire way, and was considerably less crowded than Broken Arrow, Little Horse, or Courthouse Butte Loop trails. It is fairly flat, wide, and easy-to-follow. Although we expected a lot of bike riders, we were pleasantly surprised to run into only a few. Red Rock views abound across the entire length of this trail, and there are ample opportunities for exploration of red rocks off trail. This was an extremely enjoyable trail. It affords almost no shade, so should be hiked in pleasant weather.
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