GRANITE MOUNTAIN

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URGENT NOTICE IN LIGHT OF COVID-19 AND GUIDANCE FROM LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCIES, THE MCDOWELL SONORAN CONSERVANCY CONTINUES TO SUSPEND PUBLIC ACTIVITIES THAT REQUIRE THE GATHERING OF GROUPS OF PEOPLE OR CLOSE PERSONAL CONTACT UNTIL GUIDANCE ALLOWS FOR RESUMPTION OF THOSE ACTIVITIES. FOR AS LONG AS NECESSARY, THE CONSERVANCY, ITS STAFF, AND STEWARDS WILL CONTINUE WITH MUCH OF THEIR WORK WHILE MAINTAINING A SAFE WORKING ENVIRONMENT.

GRANITE MOUNTAIN TRAILHEAD
31402 N. 136th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85262
Directions
From Pima north to Dynamite, right (east) on Dynamite, about 6 miles to 136th Street, left (north) on 136th about 2 miles to Lone Mountain (where the power lines cross over 136th), turn left (west) into access area.
Overview
This trailhead provides access to pristine areas in the Preserve’s northern region around Granite Mountain. Ample parking is available as well as an equestrian staging area. There is
no water and no restrooms.
Landscape
Wide variety of trails for Hiking, Biking and Equestrians. Crushed granite terrain with dramatic rock formations and amazing saguaro fields.
Amenities
Car and horse trailer parking, restrooms, shade ramada, interpretive and orientation signs, no drinking water

Educational Displays

Dramatic Rock Formations

Amazing Wildflowers

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