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Trail #367 - Miller Creek Trail

Intermediate

Trail

0.9 mile 1.5 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 1' 0 m
Descent: -159' -48 m
High: 5,863' 1,787 m
Low: 5,706' 1,739 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 6% (4°)

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Trail shared by Jeff Combs

A fun trail with many creek crossings.

Jeff Combs

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Description

Miller Creek Trail #367 or as it is commonly known, Creekside Trail is part of a network of trails serving the Thumb Butte area. It can be accessed from the Thumb Butte parking area using Trail #326, or from the other direction using Trail #332 or #392. This trail criss-crosses Miller Creek, a babbling stream that grows during the first weeks of spring when snowmelt trickles down from the surrounding high country.

This is the last part of singletrack for the Whiskey Off-Road - 25 Proof Course, so beware in the spring as many bikers are training for this event. While there are a few small obstacles, the highlight of the trail is a large creek crossing near the Trail #332 intersection. Be careful crossing this as even some pros have problems with it.

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Mar 5, 2017
Nicolai Ahuja
Feb 17, 2017
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Multiple Pros crossing the creek
Mar 28, 2015 near Prescott, AZ
Jeff on the last part of singletrack
Dec 8, 2013 near Prescott, AZ
Trail #326/367 intersection
Sep 6, 2015 near Prescott, AZ
A few obstacles
Mar 28, 2015 near Prescott, AZ
Trail #367 - Miller Creek Trail
Mar 28, 2015 near Prescott, AZ
Trail #367
Mar 28, 2015 near Prescott, AZ

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