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    200 Trail

    Difficulty
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    Easy
    Duration
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    1-1.5h
    Distance
    This reflects the return distance of this route as measured by the GPS file.
    4.2 km
    Elevation
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    94 m
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    Directions to Trailhead

    200 Trail is a 4.2 km hike near Payson that is rated as easy, but it does still require a bit of an intrepid spirit. This hike has great views of Payson and the surrounding area, but the route is extremely hard to follow and there are tons of spur trails to lead you astray. It’s alright, though, since exploration is part of what makes this area so rewarding. Bring a GPS track and be willing to adventure a bit on this one.

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    Route Description for 200 Trail

    200 Trail is an interesting route best suited to the hiker who doesn’t mind a bit of extra exploration. It’s very hard to follow and there are a lot of spur trails, but some of them offer incredible views. If you’re happy to roam around and see where the trail takes you, you might find some great vistas!

    Bring a GPS track for this hike and pay close attention to it. Some of this route gets very close to private property, so make sure you keep dogs leashed, respect signage, and take your trash with you.

    From the trailhead, you’ll hike out to where the trail splits. We like to hike the flatter portion on the left first, looping around where you’ll encounter a junction. Keep right at both junctions, climbing modestly up the ridge where the view opens up a bit. You’ll traverse along the ridge, descend through a couple of switchbacks, and return to the trailhead.

    Getting to the 200 Trail Trailhead

    The trailhead for the 200 Trail is at the end of E Phoenix Street.

    Route Information

    • Backcountry Campground

      No

    • When to do

      September-May

    • Pets allowed

      Yes - On Leash

    • Family friendly

      Yes

    • Route Signage

      Poor

    • Crowd Levels

      Moderate

    • Route Type

      Loop

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