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Mt. Trumbull Summit Trail
Mt. Dellenbaugh Summit Trail
Mt. Logan Summit and Hell's Hole Overlook Trail
Pakoon Springs Trail
Burnt Canyon Trail (Twin Point area)
Grand Wash Cliffs Wilderness Middle Bench Trail
Mt. Bangs Summit Trail (BLM Arizona Strip Field Office)
Paiute Trail (Black Rock Mountain to Mud Mountain)
If hiking cross country in the Mojave Desert please hike in dry washes as much as possible. This protects the fragile desert soil and plant roots.
If hiking cross country at higher elevations, try to avoid areas of biological soil crust, a dark colored microscopic organism that helps stabilize soils. In pinyon/juniper forests, remember that on flat terrain you may not be able to see through the trees to keep your bearings. Bring a compass or have a compass app in your phone. Hikers have walked in circles and have to be rescued because humans naturally do not walk in a straight line, especially on uneven terrain. Rescued hikers report they got disoriented because they couldn't see landscape features in the distance like mountains or cliffs. On cloudy days where there are no shadows it is even easier to get disoriented.
Last updated: May 14, 2021