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Title:Buckskin Trail
Area:Buckskin Mountain State Park
Elevation:420 - 650 Feet
Trail:Buckskin Trail
Misc:Buckskin Mountain State Park is a fee-use park.
Links:Buckskin Mountain State Park
Trip Journal - 11/5/05, 12/4/07
Notes:Buckskin Trail is a loop trail that begins at a junction off of the Lightning Bolt Trail. A unique crossing of Highway 95 is provided by a pedestrian footbridge. Interpretive signs along the trail help you identify trees, shrubs, and cacti of the area. Although the loop is only a mile in length there is enough climb and descent to give you a good workout. The Buckskin Trail is also the connecting trail to the Abandoned Mines Trail and the Interruption Point Trail.
Route:From Lake Havasu take Highway 95 south for 25 miles, or from Parker take Highway 95 north for 12 miles to Buckskin Mountain State Park.
Reference:The Arizona State Trails Guide

Buckskin Trail Junction

pedestrian footbridge over Highway 95