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Highline - AZT #26, AZ
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Overview
From the Pine Trailhead the trail works its way east along the Highline Trail (#31). It skirts the southern edge of Milk Ranch Point, passes by Red Rock Spring and reaches Geronimo Trailhead and Webber Creek. Continuing east, the trail passes Bray Creek and then comes to the Washington Park Trailhead. Here the trail turns north on the Colonel Devin Trail. It follows along the west bank of the East Verde River, crosses it and does a steep climb to the top of the Mogollon Rim. The passage terminates on the south side of FR 300 near the Battle of Big Dry Wash historical marker.

Southern Trailhead
Pine Trailhead
Drive south of Pine on AZ 87 for 0.6 miles and turn left (east) to reach a large parking area and the trailhead.


Northern Trailhead
FR 300 Trailhead
From the intersection of AZ 87 and AZ 260 north of Pine, drive east 2.6 miles on AZ 87 then turn right (south) toward FR 300. Go 0.1 miles and turn left onto FR 300. Avoid the frequent side roads and drive 12 miles on FR 300 to a turnoff on the left (north) at a historical marker for the Battle of Big Dry Wash. This is where the AZT crosses FR 300. Turn left and follow a power line 0.3 mile to General Springs Cabin. The road curves right to a small parking area and the trailhead.

Updated 2017-07-24
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Difficulty 3.5 of 5
Route Finding 1 of 5
Distance One Way 20.2 miles
Trailhead Elevation 5,373 feet
Elevation Gain 1,873 feet
Accumulated Gain 4,729 feet
Avg Time One Way 8-11 hours
Kokopelli Seeds 35.96
Author HAZ_Hikebot
Descriptions 12,201
Routes 9,572
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Location Hike, AZ .com
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35  2017-09-02 sandyfortner
14  2017-07-29
Pine Canyon / Donahue loop
BiFrost
14  2017-07-22
AZT26-27-GenSprgCyn-Battle of BigDryWash
The_Eagle
18  2017-07-22
AZT26-27-GenSprgCyn-Battle of BigDryWash
BiFrost
11  2017-07-12 Sredfield
1  2017-06-30 Sredfield
14  2017-05-20
Highline - Rim View Fail - Webber - Donahue
The_Eagle
9  2017-05-20
Highline - Rim View Fail - Webber - Donahue
joebartels
8  2017-05-17 Sredfield
6  2017-05-06 writelots
8  2017-04-29
Pine Canyon Trail #26
BiFrost
9  2017-03-25
Highline Trail #31
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Preferred   May, May, Sep, Oct
Sun  6:16am - 6:19pm
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Water
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Pine Canyon / Geronimo Loop
0.0 mi away
22.5 mi
4,535 ft
Pine Canyon Trail #26
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9.2 mi
2,569 ft
Pine Canyon / Donahue loop
0.0 mi away
11.8 mi
2,906 ft
Oak Spring Trail #16
0.0 mi away
5.1 mi
950 ft
Pine View Trail #28
0.3 mi away
0.6 mi
187 ft
Pine Creek Narrows - Isolation Canyon
0.4 mi away
3.0 mi
-600 ft
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Acorn Woodpecker
Arizona Black Rattlesnake
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Terrestrial Gartersnake
Western Scrub Jay
White Pine Butterfly
White Tailed Deer
Flora
Apache-Plume
Arizona Blackberry
Arizona Cypress
Arizona Thistle
Blanketflower
Bracken Fern
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Cliff-Rose
Fendler Rose
Fleabane
Golden-Beard Penstemon
Myrtle
Netleaf Hackberry
New Mexico Locust
New Mexico Thistle
Nuttalls Linanthus
Periwinkle
Pine Thermopsis
Pointleaf Manzanita
Rocky Mountain Iris
Scarlet Bugler
Sego Lily (aka Mariposa Lily)
Spreading Phlox
White Watercress
Woodland Pinedrops
Woolly Paintbrush
Yellow Columbine
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Bray Creek
East Verde River
East Verde River - Source
East Verde River @ Highline
General Springs
Houston Mesa
Mail Creek
Milk Ranch Point
Mogollon Rim
North Sycamore Creek @ Highline
Pine Spring
Red Rock Spring
Webber Creek @ Highline
West Webber Creek
Culture
Cairn
Dude Fire
Graffiti
HAZ Food
Historical Marker
Informational/Interpretive Trail Sign
Intrepid Back Shot
Memorial
Railroad Right-of-Way
Snoozing Home
Spring Box
Stone Dwelling
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Overview
From the Pine Trailhead the trail works its way east along the Highline Trail (#31). It skirts the southern edge of Milk Ranch Point, passes by Red Rock Spring and reaches Geronimo Trailhead and Webber Creek. Continuing east, the trail passes Bray Creek and then comes to the Washington Park Trailhead. Here the trail turns north on the Colonel Devin Trail. It follows along the west bank of the East Verde River, crosses it and does a steep climb to the top of the Mogollon Rim. The passage terminates on the south side of FR 300 near the Battle of Big Dry Wash historical marker.

Southern Trailhead
Pine Trailhead
Drive south of Pine on AZ 87 for 0.6 miles and turn left (east) to reach a large parking area and the trailhead.


Northern Trailhead
FR 300 Trailhead
From the intersection of AZ 87 and AZ 260 north of Pine, drive east 2.6 miles on AZ 87 then turn right (south) toward FR 300. Go 0.1 miles and turn left onto FR 300. Avoid the frequent side roads and drive 12 miles on FR 300 to a turnoff on the left (north) at a historical marker for the Battle of Big Dry Wash. This is where the AZT crosses FR 300. Turn left and follow a power line 0.3 mile to General Springs Cabin. The road curves right to a small parking area and the trailhead.

Updated 2017-07-24

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