21.2 miles
Distance
6,925 ft
Climb
-4,013 ft
Descent
2 miles
High Point

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The Pusch Ridge Wilderness Bypass is an alternate route for trail users to avoid the designated wilderness area within Passage 11 (ideal for hikers, but illegal for mountain bikers and very dangerous for equestrians). The ATA strongly recommends this route for equestrians so they can avoid the difficult northern section of Passage 11 (Santa Catalina Mountains). This bypass is a very technical route, but safer than Passage 11 for equestrians.

Detailed Description
Arizona Trail: Bike Passage 11c is a 21 mile moderately popular intermediate route located near Coronado National Forest - Mt Lemmon Arizona. This mountain bike primary route. This route climbs 6,925 ft with a max elevation of 8,275 ft then descends -4,013 ft.
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More Stats for Arizona Trail: Bike Passage 11c mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    2,912 ft
  • Altitude min
    4,838 ft
  • Altitude start
    4,868 ft
  • Altitude end
    7,779 ft
  • Grade
    2.6%
  • Grade max
    -91.7%
  • Grade min
    81%
  • Distance climb
    13 miles
  • Distance down
    7 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile

Directions

  1. Walk northwest on Hirabayashi Connector.
  2. Continue for 100 meters.
  3. Turn right onto AZT/BP - North Prison Camp Road.
  4. Continue for 100 meters.
  5. Turn left onto AZT/BP - Bug Springs #10.
  6. Continue for 700 meters.
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