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AZ Trail - Gabe Zimmerman Trailhead to Sahaurita Rd

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

11.9 mile 19.1 kilometer loop
100% Singletrack
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 605' 184 m
Descent: -604' -184 m
High: 3,727' 1,136 m
Low: 3,430' 1,046 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 9% (5°)

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Trail shared by Hillary Mathis

One of the easisest sections of the AZ trail.

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Overview

This section of the AZ trail is one of the easiest. It can be ridden as a stand alone out and back ride starting at either the Gabe Zimmerman trailhead or the Sahaurita Rd trailhead, or in conjunction with the sections of AZ trail on either end of it.

Description

The trail is mostly flat with packed sections of trail to zip you right through. The trail twists and turns and goes up and down to maximize your fun. There are a couple of culverts plenty tall to ride through, as you have to go under I-10 (mile 1.5) and Hwy 83 (mile 5.5).

There really isn't anything descript about parts of this trail, just typical AZ dirt with a few rocks sticking up here and there.

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May 29, 2020
Clay Andrews
12.6mi
Mar 20, 2020
Michele Cais
Dave n Vicky
Oct 6, 2019
Jorge P
11.9mi — 8h 00m
May 12, 2019
Amy Edwards
Such a beautiful scenic ride with wildflowers and prickly pear blossoms!
Mar 27, 2019
Wahoo QA
Mar 3, 2019
Robert Townsend
Nov 25, 2018
Dennis Ferrel
11.9mi
Nov 4, 2018
Greg Specialized

Trail Ratings

  4.3 from 22 votes

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  4.3 from 22 votes
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#30

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Photos

At start of the ride
Nov 26, 2013 near Corona…, AZ
Sunrise
Feb 23, 2014 near Vail, AZ
Little dip in the trail
Aug 27, 2013 near Corona…, AZ

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