Powerline Road

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2.8 Miles 4.5 Kilometers


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248' 75 m

Ascent

-39' -12 m

Descent

3,296' 1,005 m

High

3,074' 937 m

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2%

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6%

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A simple connecting fire road connecting Rancho Vistoso Blvd to Honeybee Canyon.

Tom Robson

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This road splits Honeybee Canyon's eastern side heading north-south. This is a typical desert fire road.

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#17

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Minor Issues 45 days ago
Lower part to gate is closed by HOA (about .5 miles), only state land part is open. cannot be used as access to trails anymore.
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The sourthern part to the gate has been closed by the HOA. Only the statel land part is open. Oct 22, 2016


Hey, Peter. I just adjusted the start of this trail to fall within the State Lands bounds. If it still needs changing, please let me know. Oct 24, 2016


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