62 - Ranch Trail Details
Starting from Senator Highway at the top of Trail #396, Trail #62 (Ranch Trail) heads all the way to Walker Rd.
The trail starts with a couple nice switchbacks then gently climbs into the forest above. The first couple miles are exposed, providing great views of Prescott, Thumb Butte and Granite Mountain.
The trail eventually levels off in the trees and provides some gentle ups and downs as the trail ranges from singletrack to doubletrack. Once you reach the summit, there is a brief downhill to an intersection. Be sure to go left and follow the trail signs.
The east side of #62 is where the fun begins. This section is mostly downhill with some steep, loose uphills thrown in for fun. This trail is not very well maintained, so be sure to follow the signs and watch out for some erosion in spots. Also, there are some great views of Prescott Valley to the east.
The trail finally ends at the #62/Trail 305 / Homestead Trail on Walker Rd.
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More Stats for 62 - Ranch Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-582 ft
Altitude min5,597 ft
Altitude max6,575 ft
Altitude start6,179 ft
Altitude end5,597 ft
Distance climb3 miles
Distance down5 miles
Distance flat3,763 ft
Avg reverse time00:53:50
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62 - Ranch Trail Trail Reports
Aug 26, 2017 @ 5:34pmAug 26, 2017
|Great trail! A few sections look to be on the newer side and well put together.|
Jun 18, 2017 @ 5:46pmJun 18, 2017
|Very bumpy on the walker road side. If you have a hard tail like I do you will pay for it on the downhill. Even my riding buddy with a full...|
Jun 9, 2017 @ 1:36pmJun 9, 2017
|Come check out the all new trail 62, now ride able with xc bike. Easy grades, all the Rocky rutted sections are now gone.|
May 14, 2017 @ 4:11pmMay 14, 2017
Nov 7, 2016 @ 1:51pmNov 7, 2016
|Leafs and pine needles anywhere there's trees!!|
Routes with this trail
|Prescott Circle Trail||56 miles|
|Prescott Ranch/Smith's Ravine/Lynx Loop||19 miles|
|Goldwater-Ranch trail||18 miles|
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