Alamo Canyon Trail

[Part of a series of beyond the page info of the hkes covered in Day and Overnight Hikes in the Tonto National Forest.]

Alamo Canyon Trail, near Superior, AZ, near Picketpost Mountain, is part of both the Arizona Trail and the Grand Enchantment Trail.

Hiked: April 17, 2008

Companions: None

Actual time: 7 hours flat.

April is a bit late in the season to do this hike. Heat became a problem.

I originally intended to use this as a backpacking hike into the White Canyon Wilderness Area, but the trail is sketchy past where I described, and water is even sketchier. Plus, and more decidedly, it got too hot.

That’s still on my To-Do list.


18 Responses to “Alamo Canyon Trail”

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