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Goldwater Lakes Trail #396

 4.1 (15)

4.6 Miles 7.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

872' 266 m

Ascent

-338' -103 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

6,164' 1,879 m

High

5,630' 1,716 m

Low

Shared By Jeff Combs

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A great climb in the trees.

Jeff Combs

Dogs Unknown

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Description

This is a great trail for a hot summer day. Located almost entirely in the trees it includes a bit of climbing with little technical skills needed.

The trail starts at the White Spar campground just off of White Spar Road just minutes south of downtown Prescott. A winding climb brings you to a small overlook with good views of the mountains west of town.

Then a short downhill to the pond and the real climb begins. The first 1/4 mile is the toughest then it steps it's way to the saddle. Be sure to look off to your left while you climb to see Goldwater Lake. Then a gentle downhill through the trees and the final climb up to Senator Highway.

Then back down 396 for a great downhill but watch out for the blind corners as this trail can get busy on the weekends.

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Sep 29, 2018
Sam Openshaw
Mar 27, 2018
Dr. Powder
Dec 15, 2017
Steve Craig
Aug 6, 2017
Conrad Anderson
Some stiff climbing with a balance of downhill to keep it interesting. 8.6mi
May 4, 2017
Amy Moseman
Descent climb, would be more fun down 3mi
Nov 27, 2016
john scahill
Nov 25, 2016
Elias Galindo
Oct 16, 2016
Paul Schmidt
up and then looped back on the 330

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  4.1 from 15 votes

#5

in Prescott

#3552

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in Prescott

#76

in Arizona

#3,552

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