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Good walk - out and back

This trail follows the old railroad right-of-way from the Peavine Trail to Prescott Valley. Best... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2018
travelsbyrail
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Prescott, Arizona
Lots of different sceneries.

The Iron Springs Trial is a gentle, winding dirt and gravel trail that makes its way through the... read more

Reviewed 9 January 2018
Rick C
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Prescott Valley, Arizona
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Reviewed 21 May 2018

This trail follows the old railroad right-of-way from the Peavine Trail to Prescott Valley. Best in colder weather - not a lot of shade

Thank travelsbyrail
Reviewed 9 January 2018

The Iron Springs Trial is a gentle, winding dirt and gravel trail that makes its way through the grasslands, the area of large grainet boulders, and a lake. Wildlife like deer and antilope are often seen along the way. During the summer, you can also...More

Thank Rick C
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Take a walk or ride your bike for a beautiful view of the massive rocks along the old railroad line. You might run into some wildlife along the way as we did. A snake, tarantula, a bunny and lizards. Benches to rest a while are...More

1  Thank robertlR9521ZD
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

Great Biking on old Rails to Trails bike path. Fun, Easy. Beautiful scenery. Lake , Mountains, Old rail cars, Lots of Flowers. Great Day! Cant wait to do it again.

Thank Frank P
Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

Since Granville ruined the beauty of the first two miles of this trail, it takes a while to get into nature. Once you're in, though, it is beautiful.

Thank emily0116
Reviewed 24 June 2017

Very easy hiking along a historic route thorugh beautiful scenery. The Iron King trail connects with the Peavine Trail, another historic rail route that ran from Prescott to the Grand Canyon.

1  Thank William P
Reviewed 23 May 2017

My wife and I are Geocachers and we love to Geotrot our minis in cart on this trail. We have been in from all sides of the trail and always have a grand time. My knees don't allow me to walk the trail any more,...More

Thank B0b_Linda
Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

This can be as long or as short as you wish, but take water with you.It is a very exposed trail and not much shade. There is one toilet half way along the 8 miles (from Glassford Hill Road to the riparian at Watson woods)it...More

1  Thank Chantelle D
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Start of the Iron King is busy due to all the construction of new homes, but once you get past that, it is a lovely trail. Well maintained, you will often see pronghorn in the fields. No shade until you get into the "Dells" part,...More

2  Thank Sue K
Reviewed 2 December 2016

Beautiful landscapes regardless of the time of day that you choose to hike. Came across a snake on the road, almost stepped on him/her, There were gazelles grazing on the side hill on one side and some happy cows on the other. If hiking in...More

2  Thank Barb T
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