General Crook Connector #104A


Distance:                 6 miles

Difficulty:                 (as rated by the US Forest Service)

Hiking - Moderate
Mountain Biking - Difficult
Equestrian - Difficult

Trailhead Parking: Access from Juniper Ridge Trail.Limited, accommodates trailers

Access to Trail:      From the Show Low Post Office, travel west on AZ 260 about 13 miles to Pinedale Rd. Turn left and remain on Pinedale Rd/FR 130 to the Lewis Campground turnoff. Turn right to the access to Juniper Ridge Trail. The junction with General Crook connector is about mile. You can also access the West end of the trail, where it connects with the Cottonwood Trail from FR 132, about 15 miles west of Show Low.

Trail Highlights       This trail takes you on a six mile hike through some of the area burned out by the Rodeo-Chediski Fire of 2002, providing fabulous views and prolific wild flowers. Due to little shade, this is a good winter or spring hike, because it is dry when others are not. This is the farthest West trail in the White Mountain Trail System. Check with the Black Mesa Ranger District regarding conditions of the Cottonwood Trail.

General Crook Connector
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