9211A to Buckhorn Trail

Total Miles
1.3

Elevation

1,466.57 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This trail starts on the south side of FS Road 87a and immediately crosses Grapevine Creek which is the biggest obstacle on this trail. The trail then leads to a green gate that you need to open and close behind you. As you climb into the Prescott National Forest foothills, there is an old building fountain from old mining activity. The path will take you right up to an abandoned mine on your left that is clearly marked with a sign. Please respect what the sign says and keep on driving. As you continue through the rolling hills, you will cross several wash areas. There are several somewhat steep inclines and declines but nothing serious. The end of this trail will take you to an old mining area and access to Buckhorn Trail which is accessible to dirt bikes, hiking, and horseback riding. Cell reception is okay on this trail. It is more than likely that you will see mule deer on this trail in the morning and evening hours.

Photos of 9211A to Buckhorn Trail

9211A to Buckhorn Trail
9211A to Buckhorn Trail
9211A to Buckhorn Trail

Difficulty

Expect a shallow muddy water crossing.

Technical Rating

2

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