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blueBlack Rocky Moto

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Trail

3.8 mile 6.2 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 469' 143 m
Descent: -124' -38 m
High: 7,857' 2,395 m
Low: 7,486' 2,282 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 8% (4°)

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Trail shared by Almonzo Wilder

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True to its name, it's rocky and motorbikes are allowed.

Almonzo Wilder

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Description

Rocky Moto traverses across the lower slopes of the San Francisco Peaks from Snowbowl Road to an unsigned ending at the Moto Trail. Although there are no major obstacles or elevation gains on the trail, it is consistently rocky and has few sections that have any flow. There are some nice views of the higher peaks occasionally through the forest.

Rocky Moto roughly parallels the smoother and generally more enjoyable Arizona Trail (which does not allow motorbikes), and they can be used together to make a loop of about 7 miles. The eastern portion of Rocky Moto is useful as a connector between the Secret and Moto Trails.

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May 25, 2016
kc2klq Ciccone
Woah rocky, out and back — 1h 30m

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in Mount Elden

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in Mount Elden

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