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Circumference Trail

Intermediate/Difficult

Trail

5.7 mile 9.2 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 702' 214 m
Descent: -699' -213 m
High: 1,776' 541 m
Low: 1,487' 453 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 19% (11°)

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Trail shared by B. Miner

A fun trail that traverses around Deem Hills park with access to other steeper saddles.

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Description

Deem Hills Circumference loop can be accessed on both the W and E side of the park. It is a nice, roughly six mile ride around Deem Hills park with several cruiser areas, along with a couple technical, rocky switchback areas. It provides access to a few steeper saddle trails inside the park.

The trail is very well marked, with some cool views of north Phoenix. In general it is fairly rocky, so bring tubes just in case. This trail is much less crowded than neighboring Thunderbird park. Enjoy!

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Apr 4, 2020
Nate Taylor
Feb 11, 2020
Justin Yoder
Trail had quite a few fun areas but was significantly rocky in a lot of the uphill areas but overall a trail I'll ride again
Dec 16, 2018
Maven 1959
Rough going in some places; had to walk my bike too much 5.7mi — 2h 00m
Dec 5, 2018
Susie Hehlen
Serious steep and rocky trail. Beautiful area. 6mi
Sep 28, 2018
Trevor Arndt
Mar 23, 2018
Chris Walker
Mar 18, 2018
Aaron Urquidez
Mar 15, 2018
Arnold Leon

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  3.2 from 20 votes

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Trail Rankings

#235

in Arizona

#8,315

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Photos

Cruise around Deems
Apr 2, 2018 near Anthem, AZ
Nice downhill following a climb on the Circumference Trail.
Dec 12, 2016 near Anthem, AZ
Rain brews over the valley from the trail.
Mar 18, 2017 near Anthem, AZ

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