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Soldier Trail #21

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The Soldier Trail provides access into the bottom of East Clear Creek. Once in the bottom of the creek the trail turns west for about three-quarters of a mile before ascending the west canyon wall of the creek. The trail is very difficult to hike and may not be passable during high water. The section of the trail along the creek is not well marked.

The area is quite scenic and offers excellent photographic opportunities. In addition, sometimes outstanding trout fishing opportunities are available in East Clear Creek.

Elevation: 6,540 to 6,100

Rating: Moderate to Difficult

Notes:

  • No motor vehicles are permitted.
  • The road to the trailhead is marked with a new sign.

At a Glance

Open Season: Spring
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Happy Jack, AZ
Operated By: Mogollon Rim District - 928-477-2255

General Information

Latitude: 34.644117

Longitude: -111.006124

Area/Length: 2 miles

Elevation: 6549 at trailhead

Directions:

USGS Maps: Quayle Hill

Access: Soldier trail is located at the end of fire road 319D. Access to the trail head is limited; as a result the trail receives limited use. Suggestions for maintenance of this trail are few, because of low visitation and a desire to maintain the trail in a semi-wilderness condition.

Soldier Trail #21

 

 

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