Forest Road 2619

Total Miles
3.6

Elevation

2,029.50 ft

Duration

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Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

If you're looking for varying terrain on dirt singletrack, look no further than FR 2619. This trail winds its way through the mixed pine and Juniper trees that make up the Kaibab National Forest. This rugged, mud-rutted trail is only one vehicle wide, and at times the trail is overgrown and somewhat difficult to follow, though you won't find any obstacles over 12" on FR 2619. You'll see evidence of Elk and wild horses, and many Forest Service burn piles. While there are large clearings, there are no campsites along this loop trail.

Photos of Forest Road 2619

Forest Road 2619
Forest Road 2619
Forest Road 2619

Difficulty

Mostly a single-lane, mud rutted trail, with some off camber. This is an unmaintained trail that may prove challenging after a rain or snow.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

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Access Description

From Tusayan, head South on Hwy 64. Turn West onto FR 306/Donaldson Tank Road. A few miles in you'll turn onto 306J, to the North. The entrance to this trail is on the East side of 306J.

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