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Four Peaks - AZT #20, AZ

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Difficulty 5 of 5
Route Finding 2 of 5
Distance One Way 19.35 miles
Trailhead Elevation 2,240 feet
Elevation Gain 3,740 feet
Accumulated Gain 7,000 feet
Avg Time One Way 10 hours
Kokopelli Seeds 42.68
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AZT: Sunflower to Roosevelt
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Historic Fire Perimetersacres
🔥 VINEYARD 20092.3 mi*
🔥 Three 200550.4 mi*
🔥 2020 Bush Fire193.5k
🔥 2019 Woodbury Fire123.8k
🔥 2014 Browns Fire6.6 mi*
🔥 2005 Three Fire15.4k
🔥 2005 Edge Complex Fire72.3k
🔥 2004 Fox8.7 mi*
🔥 1996 Lone Fire65.1k
🔥 1970 Soldier Fire13.9 mi*
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Overview
This passage begins on the north side of the Roosevelt Lake Bridge at the Vineyard Trailhead on Highway 188. The trail climbs immediately along Inspiration Point, passes the radio towers and then passes north of Vineyard Mountain. It climbs up to the Mills Ridge Trailhead and from here a trail (#130) continues up and reaches the Four Peaks Wilderness boundary. The trail drops into Buckhorn Creek and then goes up again, passing Hackberry Creek and finally reaching Granite Spring. From here a new section of #130 heads north and then west, skirting around Buckhorn Peak. Heading north again the trail intersects with the Alder Creek Trail (#82) and then the Oak Flat Trail (#123) where it turns left and soon reaches Shake Spring. From here the trail works its way north and west to Pigeon Spring, climbs southwest on an old roadbed, and finally comes to the Pigeon Spring Trailhead on FR 648.


Southern Trailhead: Vineyard Trailhead - Hwy 88

Northern Trailhead: Pigeon Spring/Lone Pine Saddle - FR 648

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2018-07-14 HAZ_Hikebot

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