The Pinal Mountains are noted for their scenic beauty and ruggedness.
Do not drink untreated water. Giardia, a protozoan, is in many water impoundments and streams. If you PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT!! Carry an adequate supply of drinking water. One gallon per person per day is recommended during hot periods.
This trail connects Forest Road (FR) 112 and the Tollroad Trail 200. It starts at a pull-off above the cattle guard on the Pioneer Pass Road and ends in the canyon bottom where it joins Tollroad Trail 200.
Turn around and head back the same way or turn left and follow Tollroad Trail 200 north 2.3 miles to the Tollroad Trailhead or turn right and follow Tollroad Trail 200 south 2 miles to the Lower East Mountain Trailhead further up Forest Road (FR) 112.
April - October
4,840 feet to 5,040 feet
1.5 miles RT