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2.84 miles

Elevation Gain

725 ft

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Bulldog Saddle Trail in Apache Junction, Arizona, is a moderately challenging hiking trail that stretches for approximately 2.84 miles. The trail is known for its elevation gain of about 700-800 feet, making it a suitable choice for intermediate hikers. The trail is well-marked and offers a clear path for hikers, with the highest point reaching an elevation of 3,200 feet. The trail is characterized by its unique desert landscape, with a variety of cacti and other desert flora. It also offers panoramic views of the Superstition Mountains and the city of Apache Junction. The trail is also home to a variety of wildlife, including coyotes, javelinas, and a variety of bird species. Hikers are advised to start early in the morning to avoid the heat and to bring plenty of water. The trail is open year-round, but the best time to hike is from November to April when the weather is cooler. Dogs are allowed on the trail but must be kept on a leash. There are no facilities or water sources along the trail, so hikers should come prepared.
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