Priest Draw Trail
The Priest Draw Trail is a simple pleasure. The route travels through fields lined by pine trees, with some interesting rock formations and outcroppings to check out along the way. It doesn’t have any huge views, but it’s a pleasant walk in nature. Dogs are allowed on this trail as long as they’re kept on leash, and this is a good trail for families of all ages.
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Route Description for Priest Draw Trail
The Priest Draw Trail is a relaxing trail that leads you through fields, forests, and near interesting rock outcroppings and formations. This route doesn’t offer huge mountain views, but it’s really nice for a nature walk with dogs and family. It’s also pleasantly easy to navigate. Expect moderate traffic on this route.
Some of this hike is out in the sun, so make sure you wear sun protection and bring lots of water if you’re out on a hot day.
From the trailhead, take Priest Draw Trail as it heads west alongside Howard Draw and then Priest Draw. The trail meanders alongside the draw the entire way, going into and out of the trees. Stop to check out the rock outcroppings, which could be fun for a quick bouldering session (be safe!). Where the route terminates, turn around and retrace your steps.
Getting to the Priest Draw Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Priest Draw Trail is on Forest Service Road 235.
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