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A good climb with great views of Prescott.


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Map Key

5.0

Miles

8.1

KM

Singletrack

6,685' 2,038 m

High

5,620' 1,713 m

Low

1,117' 341 m

Up

235' 71 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Not Allowed

Description

This trail starts just across Hwy 89 from White Spar Campground on White Spar Road just south of Prescott. From the start it is climb, climb, climb.

The trail starts in the trees with nice flowy easy climbing. Then after a short downhill, grab your lungs and be ready. As you climb out of the trees look off to the right and you'll see great views of Prescott from Thumb Butte in the west to the Dells farther to the east.

More climbing is ahead as you wind your way higher and higher. At about 4.2 miles you'll come to a gate. Pass around the gate and on to the doubletrack. A bit more climbing and then finally some downhill to the intersection of Trail 48.

Contacts

Shared By:

Jeff Combs with improvements by K M Schaefer

Trail Ratings

  4.3 from 14 votes

#4

in Prescott

#6434

Overall
  4.3 from 14 votes
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Trail Rankings

#4

in Prescott

#154

in Arizona

#6,434

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6,143 Since Nov 7, 2013
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Photos

Top of Wolverton Trail. Great descent ahead!
Jan 11, 2016 near Prescott, AZ
The start of the trail
Nov 7, 2013 near Prescott, AZ
The gate at the end of the singletrack.  Go around the gate and follow the doubletrack to Trail 48
Nov 7, 2013 near Prescott, AZ
Prescott
Nov 7, 2013 near Prescott, AZ
Pano of Prescott in the distance
Nov 7, 2013 near Prescott, AZ
The top of Trail 9415.  Go right on 48 for some downhill fun or straight if you like waterbars.
Nov 7, 2013 near Prescott, AZ
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Apr 22, 2023
Mountain Park
5mi — 0h 25m
Mar 21, 2022
Kyle Helmig
12.2mi
Jul 27, 2019
Alejandro Cazar
May 29, 2018
Christopher Robillard
4.7mi
May 26, 2018
Christopher Robillard
2.1mi
Aug 12, 2017
Conrad Anderson
The first half was smooth with easy climbing. Once out of the pines, the trail steepened which resulted in some brutal climbing. 10mi
Jun 15, 2017
Dan J
May 2, 2016
Steve Mack
Felt great. Told myself that I'd make it up to the 3.5 mile jct. was not bad until about 2.5 miles then I got tired. But I kept going!
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