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Quick easy hike with great views. It can get pretty crowded though.
When you are 1/2 through your water it is time to turn around.
Very nice hike. Definitely gets your heart rate up. Beautiful views, well maintained and marked path. And a Gila monster to boot! 😜
Beautiful trail, not dog friendly, go early to get a parking spot. You can make this easier by turning around at the first peak or you can continue down the other side to another trail-allow 2hrs.
Thanks Ross! Very good to know that one!!
The park staff offers guided hikes. Learn more about the area!
Soon hiking weather will be here!
Go early to get a parking space, plus it gets a little warm. Great hike!!
It's a super-easy hike. It is about a mile to the peak. Not pooch friendly, sadly - but a nice hike to get outside for a bit.
Tough hike since it's pretty much non stop. You can make it easier by stopping now and then. Lots of water ia recommended.
This 185-acre park offers hiking, mountain biking, rock-climbing and horseback riding.
Many Eagle Scout projects have helped keep trail in great shape. Check out plaque at entrance this June and thank the scouts, John Loleit, & friends of Pinnacle Peak!
Runners- please be cue riots to those that want to stop and smell the flowers. Share the trail!
Thank the volunteers for their dedication and service. They work hard to keep us safe!
This trail is maintained with the help of Boy Scout Eagle projects. There will soon be a plaque to show who and how many.
Great hike for running, smooth path.
When people pass you on this trail, use it as motivation to train harder.
Get there early to find parking! Take a water bottle or a camel pack because the trail is 3.5 miles! I promise you'll be thirsty!
Great place for a quick hike! Beautiful scenery!
Come here early. The park is open from dawn to dusk. Also, allow at least two hours to walk the entire trail.
don't fall down
Phew... Take more water!
Bring water if you are going to hike to the end and back.
Great trail to bring guests and families.
It's not a loop so don't make the mistake of continuing past the peak - you'll end up on the next mountain.
Trail closure begins at west end one hour before close (6:15pm). GET MOVING!
Arrive by 7:45am and you can get a parking place