Swinging at the chains
The southern end connects to the northwest corner of the Blevins Trail, 0.1 miles north of the beginning of the Moon Rock Trail. The northern end of it connects to the Lost Sheep Trail, a half mile south of the Nature Center. There are two also spur trails along the trail that connect to the campground areas inside the park.
The trail is mostly level, having a very moderate climb heading northwest, just over 90 feet in one mile. Pass Mountain is prominent to the east, and "Phoenix" mountain to the north. To the west through the vegetation glimpses of the Sierra Estrella in the distance can be seen at times, along with an occasional view of the nearby house at the top of the hill.
The predominant vegetation is obviously chain fruit chollas, but the typical gang of Sonoran desert plants such as saguaros and creosote are also in abundance.
This hike is listed as One-Way.
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