The Deuce

Total Miles
8.0

Elevation

1,725.30 ft

Duration

1.25 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The Deuce (named for its Forest Service designation, 2) is a dirt and rock trail that winds its way through the mixed pine and juniper trees of the Kaibab National Forest. Accessed via Washboard Way, The Deuce is much smoother and more enjoyable, with more secluded campsites nestled in the trees. Wider to the South, as you move Northward you'll find the trail narrows, has sporadic rock gardens, and more wash crossings as well. Other than the odd sneaky rock, there are no obstacles on this trail, though some erosion and water may be in the washes after a storm or during monsoon season. In the trees, you'll find evidence of deer, elk, and coyote, as well as smaller mammals such as jackrabbits and squirrels.

Photos of The Deuce

The Deuce
The Deuce
The Deuce

Difficulty

Dirt or rocky road, typically unmaintained after rain or snow. You may encounter shallow water crossings and obstacles under 12" on the trail, including small ledges. Roads are typically one to two vehicles wide.

Technical Rating

2

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