Grief Hill Day Use Area / Trailhead, AZ

US Forest Service

Grief Hill Day Use Area / Trailhead

Trailhead accesses trail that was an old wagon route built in 1864. It’s steep and treacherous with beautiful vistas. Builder and rancher King Woolsey charged soldiers and civilians two cents per...[more]



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From Camp Verde, AZ: Northwest on Hwy 260 to Cherry Rd. (County Rd 75 which is 2.7 miles north of I-17). Left on Cherry Rd. for 2.2 miles. Trailhead is on the left. (Note: Cherry Rd. is only paved for part of the way to the trailhead, but is accessible to passenger vehicles during dry weather.)

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