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White Mountains Trail System

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The White Mountains Trail System (WMTS) is over 200 miles of loop & connector trails for non-motorized users (mountain bikers, hikers & equestrians) in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests of Arizona's White Mountains near Pinetop/Lakeside and Show Low. Loops vary from 3-4 miles to 12-16 miles; connected so that riders can enjoy varying distances. Each trail can be reviewed & printed from www.tracks-pinetop-lakeside.org, which gives trail descriptions, directions to trailhead, level of difficulty, altitude, etc. TRACKS volunteers build & maintain the WMTS. The Tour of the White Mountains, early Oct, is a mountain bike ride of 12, 15, 35 or 60 miles on WMTS trails. Come and enjoy outstanding rides in beautiful Ponderosa pine forests!
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Review Date
July 9, 2014

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Reviewed by: StingViper5150 ,  Weekend Warrior

Just rode this trail for this first time 4th of July weekend 2014. Weather was actually off-and-on rain so it was pretty cool, unlike the rest of AZ in July. This was my first real foresty trail as I'm from San Diego where there aren't many forests in the city. This trail system is relatively easy. It's flat for the most part with a few righteous climbs. A couple of sections get a little technical with rocks, but nothing overly difficult. The trees are amazing and the trail flows really well. There are many trail heads and they all pretty much lead you to the trail loop. I enjoyed this trail and look forward to going back.

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