Pumphouse Nature Trail
Pumphouse Nature Trail is a short and pleasant walk in Kachina Village, Arizona. This route is only 1.8 km long and it is almost completely flat, making it perfect for all ages and all skill levels. Dogs are allowed on leash and the route only sees light traffic, so come anytime and don’t worry about a busy trail. Expect easy navigation on this hike.
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Route Description for Pumphouse Nature Trail
The Pumphouse Nature Trail is a short hike with pleasant forest and field views. This route is lined by signage that teaches you about the forest uplands and the flora and fauna that live here. It can be a nice place to look for birds or animals, especially since it doesn’t get very busy.
This route is well-defined and easy to follow. You shouldn’t require any navigational aids. While the trail is easy, it’s likely too narrow and uneven for strollers.
From the trailhead on the road, hike east alongside the Pumphouse Wash. The trail follows the wash the whole way, passing through the forest and into pretty open fields, sometimes dotted by wildflowers in the summertime. When you reach the trail’s end at Kachina Trail, turn around and retrace your steps to the trailhead.
Getting to the Pumphouse Nature Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for Pumphouse Nature Trail is on Tonalea Trail.
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