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Reno Trail #62, AZ

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Difficulty 2.5 of 5
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Distance One Way 1.89 miles
Trailhead Elevation 8,890 feet
Elevation Gain -1,106 feet
Accumulated Gain 23 feet
Avg Time One Way 1 hour
Kokopelli Seeds 1.97
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24  2014-05-31
Rose Schell Reno Bear Wallow
23  2014-05-30
Rose Spring Trail
25  2012-07-21
Bear Wallow Trail #63
3  2010-09-13 cabel
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Preferred   Sep, May, Aug, Jun
Seasons   Spring to Early Autumn
Sun  6:47am - 5:17pm
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Reno Trail #62 is a 1.89 mile one way hike with 23 feet accumulated elevation gain. Located 57 miles north-northeast of Safford Arizona. September and May are the best months to enjoy this hike.

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    Apache - Sitgreaves FS Reports If you're looking for a day hike into the rich streamside habitat and tall forests of the Bear Wallow Wilderness, you may be interested in a couple of loop hikes that begin with this trail. You could start out on the Reno Trail, and return to Forest Road 25 by way of the more moderate gradient of the Bear Wallow trail. That means you'll be taking the easiest route up and you won't have to climb back up the steep switchbacks of the Reno Trail as it descends into the Bear Wallow drainage. Or, if you arrange a shuttle in advance, you could hike out of the canyon via the Schell Trail and take advantage of some of the great views that trail offers from atop the Mogollon Rim.

    The loop around Reno and Bear Wallow is of moderate length (7 miles including a 2.5 mile hike or shuttle between trailheads). The Schell Canyon loop is a bit longer (8.3 miles). If you start early, you'll have time to enjoy the rich plant and animal communities that make a home in the habitat nourished by this secluded wilderness brook. If you like to fish, you may be interested in continuing down Bear Wallow Creek to try your luck at catching some of the native trout that make a home there. The Reno Trail is also a well used primary access route in the Bear Wallow Wilderness. Some forest visitors choose it because it provides the shortest route to the creek and therefore might be the quickest route as well.

    Mixed conifers and aspens border the trail along its upper reaches. As the trail drops into the side canyon it will follow to Bear Wallow Creek, clumps of Gambel oak appear more frequently. Tall ponderosa pines and spruces, canyon hardwoods, and associated riparian species mark the junction with the Bear Wallow Trail in North Fork Canyon.

    No motorized or mechanized vehicles (including mountain bikes) are permitted in Wilderness The trail drops 1,120 feet from the trailhead to the junction with Bear Wallow Trail

    Trail Log:
    0.0 Reno Trailhead on Forest Road 25 across from Reno Lookout road. Take the footpath trail, not the old logging road, to the south
    1.9 Junction with Bear Wallow Trail #63 on the canyon floor. The Schell Canyon Trail #316 is 1.1 miles downstream

    USGS Maps: Baldy Bill

    One-Way Notice
    This hike is listed as One-Way.

    When hiking several trails on a single "hike", log it with a generic name that describes the hike. Then link the trails traveled, check out the example.
    WARNING! Hiking and outdoor related sports can be dangerous. Be responsible and prepare for the trip. Study the area you are entering and plan accordingly. Dress for the current and unexpected weather changes. Take plenty of water. Never go alone. Make an itinerary with your plan(s), route(s), destination(s) and expected return time. Give your itinerary to trusted family and/or friends.

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    Map Drive

    To hike
    Drive south on US 191 approximately 28 miles to Forest Road 25. Head west on Forest Road 25 approximately 5.2 miles. A pullout on the left takes you to the Reno Trailhead and parking lot across from the road to the Reno Lookout. The trail is also accessible from the Bear Wallow Trail #63.
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