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Javelina Canyon Trail

 3.9 (12)

1.9 Miles 3.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

387' 118 m

Ascent

-33' -10 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

1,613' 492 m

High

1,247' 380 m

Low

Shared By Henry Braun

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A nice warm-up or cool-down to the harder trails in South Mountain Park.

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Description

Parking is often easier to find at the Beverly Canyon Trailhead, and you get to ride some very fun singletrack instead of the normal fire road on your way to Mormon, National, and all the other goodness of SoMo. Tacking this onto the beginning and end of a East National Loop ride is highly recommended!

From the Beverly Canyon Parking Lot, go west and a little south. You'll cross a few washes and eventually face a pretty significant climb to the top of a ridge. From there, it's a short and steep, but very doable, descent into Pima Wash, where you'll meet up with Mormon Loop Trail.

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Apr 13, 2018
Steve Gerber
Mar 24, 2018
Scott Vanderpoel
More rocky with some cliffs that I had to pop off the bike for 1.9mi
Oct 12, 2017
Brad Williams
Sep 16, 2017
Omer Keidan
1.9mi
May 10, 2017
B. Hayes
Jan 22, 2017
Jared Langan
Jan 15, 2017
Jason Thompson
Jan 2, 2017
Jason Thompson

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  3.9 from 12 votes

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Ricky Stewart
Phoenix, AZ
Ricky Stewart   Phoenix, AZ
Rode this and a couple miles of east national on Friday, the area is pretty washed out and rocky from all the rain we have had. Oct 21, 2014
This was a difficult climb due to the rockiness and my noobishness. I went a bit up Mormon, but turned around due to being pretty well worn out. I also climbed up ridgeline and then turned around after a hiker recommended not going that way. Pretty fun going down, with a few 1 foot drops. With my hardtail it was a rattler. Dec 9, 2016

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