Cowpie Cowboy Trail

Total Miles
4.7

Elevation

2,025.99 ft

Duration

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Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

When ran from South to North, you can easily see how Cowpie Cowboy Trail gets its name. The trail starts as a single track of rutted mud and cowpies with some off-camber whoops in the track. Along this rougher section, you'll encounter deep ruts in the road, as well as chalky dust (if running this trail pre or post-monsoon season) and some obstacles and rocks around 8" or less. But, if you can stick out this section, further up, the road, you'll be rewarded with a stunning, meandering trail through a large healthy forest of Ponderosa Pine. This trail exits on the North end at Red Skinner Road, a gravel forest road with easy access.

Photos of Cowpie Cowboy Trail

Cowpie Cowboy Trail
Cowpie Cowboy Trail
Cowpie Cowboy Trail

Difficulty

Unmaintained road that more resembles a cattle access trail than road.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

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Access Description

From Rte 64 head South from Tusayan. Turn East on Forest Road 308 and look for the trail on the North side of the road.

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